One achievement of the Russian revolution that is often ignored is the fulfillment of a promise made by the Russian revolutionaries in 1905: that all debts contracted by the Tsarist regime that had been overthrown some eleven months earlier were cancelled.
The capitalist crisis will deepen as new bubbles created by easy money begin to burst.
After four and a half months of haggling and recrimination and, four days past the deadline, an all-night session, the three parties had finally settled on a coalition government program—179 pages long.
Here’s a list of some of the immigration absurdities now circulating in the media and in the political class.
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