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Robert Stark interviews Greg Johnson on the Boomerang Generation

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Robert Stark interviews Greg Johnson about his article “The Boomerang Generation: Connecting with Our Proletariat.” Read more …

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La fin de la mondialisation

Graphic by Harold Arthur McNeill

2,069 words

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Le marché est une institution mondiale par nature. Le marché n’est ni raciste, ni nationaliste, ni religieux, car tant que l’argent est le seul facteur de décision, la race, la nationalité et la religion de l’acheteur et du vendeur n’ont absolument aucune importance. Elles sont même souvent complètement inconnues.

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Podcast no. 8 
Greg Johnson, “The End of Globalization”
Mark Weber, “Reasons for Hope”

Graphic by Harold Arthur McNeill

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Benjamin Franklin on Demography & Whiteness

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A short paper on demography by Benjamin Franklin consisting of 24 numbered paragraphs, “Observations Concerning the Increase of Mankind, Peopling of Countries, Etc.” (1751), provides interesting insight into the thoughts of one of the most astute and discerning of the Founding Fathers. I will focus primarily upon Franklin’s demographic insights and perceptions of race and whiteness, though he also discussed economics. Read more …

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It’s Game Over in America

The patriots lost

The Patriots lost

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I didn’t watch the Super Bowl, but I did end up finding out about Chrysler’s dramatic attempt to frame the massive federal bailout of their floundering corporation as something to get patriotic about. During the half-time commercial break, Clint Eastwood snarls that “It’s half-time in America” . . . Read more …

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O Fim da Globalização

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O mercado é inerentemente uma instituição global. Read more …

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The End of Globalization

Graphic by Harold Arthur McNeill

1,873 words

Translations: French, Portuguese

The market is an inherently global institution. The market is non-racist, non-nationalist, and non-religious, for as long as decisions are made solely in monetary terms, the race, nationality, and religion of buyers and sellers simply do not matter. Often, they are completely unknown.

I know the ethnic identity of the owners of the Armenian rug shop and the Chinese restaurant down the street. But what is the race, ethnicity, or nationality of the Coca-Cola Corporation? Read more …

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Violence & “Soft Commerce,” Part 3

657 words

Part 3 of 3

Translated by Greg Johnson

The System is Nourished by Fake Opposition

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A Tariff in Time . . . Saves Billions:
The Proposed Automotive Industry Bailout

Thomas Hart Benton, "Steel in America Today," 1930

1,231 words

November 20, 2008

Free markets mean competition. Competition means winners and losers. Some losers even lose their shirts and go out of business. When a business fails, this should be regarded as a success for the capitalist system as a whole. That goes for really big businesses as well as small ones. In a capitalist system, nobody is “too big to fail.”

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