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"Each time in recent history that governments have favored group-based systemic solutions, despotism has followed and, ultimately, the implosion of the state built upon it. And yet this is where America’s elite class seems hell-bent on _...Read More_
"Each time in recent history that governments have favored group-based systemic solutions, despotism has followed and, ultimately, the implosion of the state built upon it. And yet this is where America’s elite class seems hell-bent on _...Read More_
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>"Today’s researchers have tossed out price theory and don’t realize they’ve been politically compromised."
>"Today’s researchers have tossed out price theory and don’t realize they’ve been politically compromised."
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"What we urgently need is an economy that replaces the universal of profit with a universal of care, both for each other and the natural world which keeps us alive."
"What we urgently need is an economy that replaces the universal of profit with a universal of care, both for each other and the natural world which keeps us alive."
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Bill Gates: The Pandemic Has Erased Years Of Progress. || The Atlantic ||
Bill Gates: The Pandemic Has Erased Years Of Progress. || The Atlantic ||
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I loved this hopeful article that arrived in my current print Atlantic. It argues that natural crises have historically catalyzed big _...Read More_
I loved this hopeful article that arrived in my current print Atlantic. It argues that natural crises have historically catalyzed big _...Read More_
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"The Yale philosopher Thomas Pogge argues that when it comes to global poverty, the morally relevant metric of progress is neither absolute numbers nor proportions nor even the trajectory of poor people’s incomes, but rather the extent of _...Read More_
"The Yale philosopher Thomas Pogge argues that when it comes to global poverty, the morally relevant metric of progress is neither absolute numbers nor proportions nor even the trajectory of poor people’s incomes, but rather the extent of _...Read More_