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ΑΝΤΙ ΣΧΟΛΙΟΥ: Κάποτε o Άπτον Σινκλαίρ είχε πει: “Μου είναι δύσκολο να κάνω κάποιον να καταλάβει κάτι όταν ο μισθός του εξαρτάται από το να μην το καταλάβει.” [‘It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it.’]

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Becoming popular by opposing populism: A progressive’s task – The Guardian

A few days ago I received an email from the Guardian: “We’re putting a panel together of writers and thinkers following the announcement that Jeremy Corbyn is planning to relaunch his image and policies as a leftwing populist. We are asking for 300 words in response to the question, “What should Corbyn’s leftwing populism look […]

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Trump, the Dragon, and the Minotaur – Project Syndicate op-ed

  ATHENS – If Donald Trump understands anything, it is the value of bankruptcy and financial recycling. He knows all about success via strategic defaults, followed by massive debt write-offs and the creation of assets from liabilities. But does he grasp the profound difference between a developer’s debt and the debt of a large economy? […]

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PSOE’s Penchant for Repeating PASOK’s Disappearing Act – El Diario (English & Spanish texts)

  el PASOK mordió el polvo por participar en el derrocamiento de su líder y, curiosamente, el PSOE ha tomado el mismo camino. EFE [For the El Diario site click here] History may repeat itself but never as quickly or as mindlessly as it does within Europe’s social democratic family. Spain’s socialists jettisoned Pedro Sánchez […]

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The Universal Right to Capital Income – Project Syndicate op-ed

  ATHENS – The right to laziness has traditionally been only for the propertied rich, whereas the poor have had to struggle for decent wages and working conditions, unemployment and disability insurance, universal health care, and other accoutrements of a dignified life. The idea that the poor should be granted an unconditional income sufficient to […]