Category Archives: Book Reviews

Another war criminal cashes in

One could be forgiven for thinking there’s anything honorable or honest about Colin Powell. For more than two decades now the Washington media has portrayed the former Secretary of State as something of a real life action hero, a reluctant … Continue reading

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‘The End of Loser Liberalism’ and the myth of the free market

(This is the extended, Director’s Cut edition of my review published by Inter Press Service) The top 1 percent of earners in the United States now control more than 40 percent of the nation’s wealth, their income steadily rising at … Continue reading

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