Neoliberalist Totalitarianism and the Social Contract: A Historical Perspective – Jon Kofas

acdemia.edu -  gg/pdf  2017-2022  Neoliberal Totalitarianism and the Social Contract – by Jon Kofas gg/caw 2022 edited links version Abstract Analyzing aspects of the rightwing populist tide arising largely in reaction to the pluralistic-diversity model of neoliberalism, this essay examines the evolving social contract that normalizes systemic exploitation and repression in the name of capitalist … Continue reading Neoliberalist Totalitarianism and the Social Contract: A Historical Perspective – Jon Kofas

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Land&Wine Who says US rates will go up for real? Maybe the Fed's endlessly extended expectation will do. No real rise yet but there has been worried talk of liquidity problems all along. Bears may gasp for breath as the very idea of de-leveraging seems to evaporate. Unperturbed, the ageing bull isn't roaring but keeps … Continue reading updates – Crash? What Crash!

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According to Hesiod’s Theogony, the original nuclear family was created when Uranus mated with Gaia, the Greek earth goddess, and produced numerous children. Unfortunately, he hated his children, and they hated him. One of them, Cronus, went so far as to castrate Uranus and throw the severed genitals into the sea. This left a white … Continue reading About