From: Matt Jensen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Oct 29 2000 - 09:45:02 PPET
FYI, Kuttner has a full book on this subject, with many examples, which
makes for a very interesting read.
Everything for Sale : The Virtues and Limits of Markets
On Sat, 28 Oct 2000 Grlygrl201@aol.com wrote:
> found what i was looking for, but it was 98 not 97: > > Constraining Capital, Liberating Politics > by Robert Kuttner > > "It would also be an ideological tonic to revisit the question, now a global > one, of when and how market forces need to be tempered for the greater good > of the economy and the society. This, after all, was the issue on which > American progressives and European social democrats began. Either the > irrationality of global capital flows will be tempered once again by > democratically elected governments, or those governments will continue to be > enfeebled by the world's money markets." > > http://www.prospect.org/archives/40/40kuttnf.html > > Yangkun, would love to hear your thoughts. > > Geege >
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