Sunday, June 29, 2014

Links June 29, 2014

Political Economy

You are not Google’s customer
Gabriel Kolko’s Unfinished Revolution
what’s wrong with paul krugman’s philosophy of economics?
Thelen on the prospects for egalitarian capitalism
US wage and productivity growth
The Pitchforks Are Coming… For Us Plutocrats
How Ayn Rand became the new right's version of Marx
The United States of Cruelty
A Secret Plan to Close Social Security’s Offices and Outsource Its Work
Blood Banking
Stay Classy: Class is not the universal solvent that does away with all identity
The Only Government I Know: How the Criminal Justice System Degrades Democratic Citizenship


The Scary Reason Some Men Like Guns Better Than Women
One Law for Abortion and One Law for Banks
Anti-feminists are outraged that feminists argue you should only kiss people who are kissing you back

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