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President Donald J. Trump and Xi Jinping, President of the People’s Republic of China, June 29, 2019, at the G20 Japan Summit, Osaka, Japan. Photo credit: The White House / Flickr

Pandemic: How big banks and big AG share blame

Here in the U.S., agribusiness lines up with pharmaceutical and military contractors in terms of being a political force to be reckoned with and, in effect, help run the country. Their needs are protected so that these pathogens have the best lawyers on the planet.

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Struggling to Improve Our Key Problems by Confronting and Moving Beyond Capitalism

Rinky-Dink Revolution

During this fierce period of history, many people want clarity and leadership in suggesting concrete steps toward ending the daily oppressions of capitalism. We seek a path leading to a post-capitalist society that aims not to destroy mother earth, humanity, and other life forms. If that doesn’t happen, we face an ongoing transition to fascism […]

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Coordination Beyond the Corporation with Sanjukta Paul

In this episode, Maxx and Scott speak with legal scholar Sanjukta Paul about imagining alternative and more just forms of economic association in ways that denaturalize the 20th-century monopolistic firm. The key, Paul argues, is to reveal and contest the public “coordination rights” that legally structure all economic activity. Sanjukta Paul is Assistant Professor of […]

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