Category Archives: economics

A formula…for baby formula

Originally posted on the blog “Society of the Seasons.” I’m sure this will come across as ungrateful and that’s certainly not my intent. I mean, I am very thankful that I left baby Dimitri’s three-month visit to the pediatrician with … Continue reading

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On Bakunin, Marx and the lumpenproletariat: part one

In his recent article, “A Master Class in Occupation,” author Chris Hedges  effectively renews a century and a half of controversy between two giants in political economy, Mikhail Bakunin and Karl Marx, discussing their respective influences on the Occupy Wall … Continue reading

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The View from the Left: A Day on Wall Street

My longtime friend David Walters shared a few thoughts with me regarding his recent visit to New York in the midst of the burgeoning Occupy Wall Street movement.  He kindly agreed to share his impressions with others through this website. … Continue reading

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