Posts Tagged: economy

Has the current industrial cycle ‘boom’ entered its ‘critical phase’?

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On Oct. 10, a day investors may soon refer to as “Black Wednesday,” the U.S. stock market, as measured by the Dow Jones Industrial Average, plunge...

NYC’s ‘shelter-industrial complex’ makes money over rising homelessness

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Homelessness is not the result of individual shortcomings or “laziness.” The primary cause is the lack of affordable housing. 

Cómo interpretar la guerra comercial entre EE. UU. Y China

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Los titulares han estado en llamas últimamente con la escalada de la guerra comercial entre los Estados Unidos y China.

Understanding the US-China trade war

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The headlines have been ablaze recently with the escalating trade war between the United States and China.

Protesters at San José’s State of the City call out economic inequality and corruption regarding potential Google development

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The following is a statement issued by Serve the People San José, which initiated the Feb. 8 united-front action that included activists from Party f...

Trump’s tax cuts near peak of the industrial cycle may precipitate, not head off, a new overproduction crisis

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The timing of Trump’s tax cuts favoring U.S.-based corporations and the very rich is not aimed at heading off a new overproduction crisis, though it...

“Up with the people, down with the rich!” – LA stands up to billionaires’ tax plan

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On the night of Dec. 4, the people of Los Angeles poured into the city's downtown Pershing Square in outrage at the U.S. Senate's approval of the GOP'...

West Virginia changes, capitalism stays the same

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In his campaign, Donald Trump made promises to the people of West Virginia that he would bolster its economy and put people back to work.

NYC Planning Commission: 100 percent real-estate industry

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The City Planning Commission in New York City is considering a proposal to rezone the working-class neighborhood of East Harlem in order to build lux...

Trump’s agenda: Implications for Ohio

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Do we expect Trump or Congress to really serve the interests of the poor and oppressed communities?