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The American Presidential Debates Mask A Divisive “Deep Politics” To Which We Remain Blissfully Oblivious (Carl Raschke)

The first Presidential debate of the 2016 election cycle can be compared to the annual appearance of Punxsutawney Phil on Groundhog Day.   It was a highly touted and media-overdetermined event that most likely in the long run was of little consequence. The “debate changed nothing fundamental about the race for the […]

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The Neoliberal Order Is Now Caught In Headlights, And It’s Time For The “Knowledge Classes” To Get Clued-In (Carl Raschke)

The last few weeks have been tumultuous and unnerving for the proverbial “global elites” who, according to the newly fashionable discourse, comprise the minions for what is alternately termed “international capitalism” or “neoliberalism.” The nomination of Donald Trump and the shock of the Brexit vote in England have set off […]

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