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Blow to legitimacy of the capitalist system

It is acknowledged by serious bourgeois economists that the global economic crisis — the worst since the 1930s—has dealt a devastating blow to the international legitimacy of the capitalist system. Protecting the ones who harmed many After Word War II … Continue reading

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Depression Economics and Paul Krugman

“Deregulation of financial services was supposed to have made us all better off, so why did most of us have to live off credit to keep up?” is what Decca Aitkenhead wonders. According to her President Obama is the only … Continue reading

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Sense or nonsense of “Human Fragility”

I was pleased to been invited to the colloquium “Sense or nonsense of “Human Fragility” in contemporary European society” at the European Parliament in Brussels. The European and International Federations of the Catholic Medical Associations (F.E.A.M.C. FEDERATION EUROPEENNE DES ASSOCIATIONS … Continue reading

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