Title: Debt: The First 5,000 Years
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Author: David Graeber
Publisher: Melville House; Revised edition (2014)
President Trump has lost the election. We are bombarded with all those media articles about how the President would react, what he will do – another crazy, non-common-sensical behavior-, and what kind of norms he is going to break this time.
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Anarchism has a bad connotation – no authority, chaos, animal kingdom, survival of the strongest, etc. Any anarchist does not think we can live alone like orangutans. So, what does it mean when there is no central government, and how do human beings actually live together?
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- Title: CAPITAL in the Twenty-First Century
- Author: Thomas Piketty
- Published: 2013
- Publisher: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts
- Translated: Arthur Goldhammer (2014)
- ISDN-13: 978-0-674-43000-6
Piketty’s “CAPITAL in the Twenty-First Century” aims that there is a scientific approach to determine what (economic) factors cause inequality of wealth. Piketty relies on statistical and historical data to back up his hypothesis.
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- Title: Profit Over People; Neoliberalism And Global Order
- Author: Noam Chomsky
- Published: 1999
- Publisher: Seven Stories Press, New York, NY
- ISBN: 978-1-888363-82-1
Noeliberalists argues that neoliberalism is about individual freedom through the minimum government and free market. Also, it is how democracy should work.
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