Topic: Austerity

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The Looming Austerity Package

The European "institutions" are seeking a public defeat of Syriza and the closing off of any alternative.   [ continue reading...]

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Can an app save the American labor movement?

by Kate Aronoff While technology might make it easier to schedule union elections and keep organizers up to date, it's wholly inadequate for taking on austerity...   [ continue reading...]

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Paul Krugman on How the Big Lies Told by the Powerful Have Come to Rule the World

Seriously bad ideas have remarkable staying power. That's no accident. It may come as small consolation to Americans that Paul Krugman thinks that Brit...   [ continue reading...]

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What is Reform? The Strange Case of Greece and Europe

AP Photo/Yorgos Karahalis Ruined EU and Greek flags fly in tatters from a flag pole at a beach at Anavissos village, southwest of Athens, on Monday, March...   [ continue reading...]

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The struggle for progressive politics in Ukraine

The conflict over Kyiv's LGBT Pride march reveals the risks of conservative populism in Ukraine.   On 6 June, Kyiv hosted an LGBT Pr...   [ continue reading...]

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Iceland Jailed Bankers and Rejected Austerity—and It’s Been a Success

Iceland’s insistence on following a different drummer after the global economic collapse is evidence that a more ethical approach can work.   [ continue reading...]

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Mapping fossil fuel power

The complex web of interests maintaining the fossil fuel industry is being creatively exposed. Day of action at Didcot power station.On 1st J...   [ continue reading...]

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Marco Rubio’s Reckless Driving and Irresponsible Home Finances At Odds With Conservative Image

Rubio's life is anything but a model of conservatism. What do you a call a U.S. Senator running for president who, along with his wife, have a total of...   [ continue reading...]

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A Magical Mystery Tour of American Austerity Politics

By Laura Gottesdiener, TomDispatch Numerous cities and school districts in Michigan are now run by single, state-appointed technocrats. This arrangement not onl...   [ continue reading...]

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Michigan Is in the Midst of a “Massive Experiment in Unraveling U.S. Democracy”

This post first appeared at TomDispatch.com Something is rotten in the state of Michigan. One city neglected to inform its residents that its water suppl...   [ continue reading...]

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Michigan’s Attempt to Destroy Democracy and the Environment

Laura GottesdienerThe state’s form of austerity politics is a massive experiment in unraveling US democracy.   [ continue reading...]

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Magical Mystery Tour of American Austerity: How One State Is Destroying Democracy and Poisoning Its People

Something is rotten in the state of Michigan. To stay on top of important articles like these, sign up to receive the latest updates from TomDispatch.com h...   [ continue reading...]

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Republicans Trashed Democracy in Michigan. Now They Want To Trash It in Your State, Too.

This story first appeared on the TomDispatch website. Photos and reporting by Eduardo García Something is rotten in the state of Michigan. One c...   [ continue reading...]

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The long, rocky ride of crisis and austerity

In this next post of the series, we explore how capitalism’s crises are always borne by the poor and the weak, and how it is justified. Fl...   [ continue reading...]

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Protesters Press Secluded G7 Leaders on Harmful Policies, from Crippling Austerity to Dirty Coal

As leaders of the seven wealthy democracies known as the Group of Seven hold talks in a secluded castle in Germany, thousands of protesters have been met with 2...   [ continue reading...]

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Looking to Fight Austerity by Greening Spain

Prof. Robert Pollin from the Political Economy Research Institute says PODEMOS can fight austerity in Spain with a green growth model that increases energy effi...   [ continue reading...]

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Joseph Stiglitz, Thomas Piketty and Other World-Renowned Economists Demand End to Greek Austerity

In an essay published on Friday morning in the Financial Times, 26 of the world’s most renowned economic minds proclaimed their solidarity with...   [ continue reading...]

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Students Protest University of Chicago Budget Cuts, Say Admin Is “Acting Like a Corporation”

“UChicago says they’re broke, we know that’s a goddamn joke!” chanted about 60 students and alumni as they gathered outside the Universi...   [ continue reading...]

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Syriza Has No Choice: Greece Must Prepare to Leave the Eurozone

When Syriza won Greece’s parliamentary elections in January of 2015, much ado was made in the international press about the rise of a new radical Left in...   [ continue reading...]

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Austerity: The Real Winner of the UK Elections

I shall be 87 when I next vote in a general election, the principal manifestation, I suppose, of the many “shrivelled forms of democracy” available...   [ continue reading...]

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