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Trump: Revolution or Simulacrum?
Part 3: The Risk of Failure or an Explosion

Former Mexican President Vincente Fox and Kickass Politics host Ben Mathis with a message for Donald Trump.

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Part 3 of 3 (Part 1 here, Part 2 here)

Translated by Guillaume Durocher

Will He Be Worthy of the Storm He Has Provoked?

Trump as a personality is one-of-a-kind, extravagant, unpredictable: his “impolite” behavior does not sit well with the habits of the ruling classes of most countries. Read more …

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Anti-Globalization, Then & Now

Black Bloc anarchists at the 1999 protest against the World Trade Organization in Seattle

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Anti-globalization in the 1990s and early 2000s was overwhelmingly a phenomenon of the Left. But now that the mantle of anti-globalization has been taken up by the Right, it will be interesting to see how many on the Left do an about-face, and also to see if the Right can succeed where the Left has consistently failed. Read more …

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Free Trade Doesn’t Work

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Ian Fletcher
Free Trade Doesn’t Work: What Should Replace It and Why
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Business and Industry Council, 2010

Among those who consider themselves part of the New Right, there has been an increasing level of awareness of the problems inherent in the theories and practices of neoliberal capitalism, in particular those of globalism and free trade. This is not a surprising development. Read more …

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“Everything is Still Possible”

Fortunato Depero, Skyscrapers and Tunnels (Gratticieli e tunnel), 1930

Fortunato Depero, Skyscrapers and Tunnels (Gratticieli e tunnel), 1930

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Editor’s Note:

This text continues the transcript by V. S. of Jonathan Bowden’s interview at the Union Jack Club in London on Saturday, November 21, 2009, after his lecture/performance on Punch and Judy. The title is editorial. 

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A Note on the Art of Political Conversion

Thomas Ernest Hulme, 1883–1917

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Some day a wonderful book will be written on the art of persuasion, a new sophistic. One may suppose that psychology will ultimately become as complete a science as geometry and mechanics are now. It will be possible then to predict the effect of an argument on a man’s mind as surely as one can now predict the eclipse of the moon. On the basis of this developed science will be built an infallible set of rules for converting a man to any opinion you like. 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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Violence & “Soft Commerce,” Part 3

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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

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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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