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The New Industrial State (1968) covers much of the same ground as Galbraith's 1958 work, The Affluent Society, but substantially expands and extends those ideas.

The Predator State: how conservatives abandoned the free market and why liberals should too is a book by economist James K. Galbraith, first published in 2008. The title refers to how in US society, as Galbraith sees it, public institutions have been subverted to serve private profit: the "predators" being corporate elites. He argues that these corporate interests run the state "not for any ideological project--but simply in a way that would bring to them, individually and as a group, the most money."

The European Union as a servant to private business by demanding competition in public utilities and transport. Did Brussels take it too far?

Capitalism has invaded democracy - supercapitalism by Robert Reich in 2008
Economics Is Too Important to Be Left to Economists
Individual and Institutional Corruption in European and US Healthcare: Overview and Link of Various Corruption Typologies

Global Warming - distance between America and Europe is steadily increasing.

by Oui on Mon Nov 25th, 2019 at 06:21:16 PM EST
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