Saturday, 21 May 2016
Dedicated to tovarisch Bradislav Josipovich Delongiev, Head Political Commissar NKVD/Amerika
Maria Farrell (Irish writer and consultant on Internet policy) took off her British Army helmet and wrote "Post-Democracy" (May 20) for Crooked Timber.
Farrell has been re-reading "Colin Crouch's Post-Democracy on and off for about eighteen months" and agrees with his analysis: liberal democracy has managed to keep the trappings of democracy (elections, "free" press, "free" speech), while abandoning the substance of it.
Saturday, 14 May 2016
David Ruccio (Professor of Economics, University of Notre Dame and a well-known Marxist) denounces that Alberto Paloni, senior lecturer of macroeconomics at the University of Glasgow and "expert in post-Keynesian theory, has been stopped from teaching a core degree module on macroeconomics".
Sunday, 1 May 2016
|"Scarface" Al Capone [A]|
Somehow I missed an equally titled post at David Ruccio's "Occasional Links & Commentary".
Prof. Ruccio makes a good case linking the increase in inequality with capitalism.
But what really impressed me is the origin of that line in the title.
It was uttered by Al Capone.