Monthly Archives: November 2009

Why the Triple Revolution memorandum was ahead of its time

The Triple Revolution memorandum was a document sent to President Johnson in 1964. It focused on how wars was now too horrible to fight, civil rights were leading to broad social equity, and “cybernation” was leading to a need for … Continue reading

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University protests by students concerned for their economic future

Universities around the globe are having buildings occupied by students unhappy about their local situations and future job prospects. Related, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here. Here is something trying to do a little to help prevent … Continue reading

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Can unions and strikes still make a difference?

Here is an article about how workers and strikes in a recession: “Europe’s Strikers More Scarce in the Recession ” http://www.time.com/time/business/article/0,8599,1914328,00.html “In the U.K., the Office for National Statistics says there were just 756,000 working days lost to strikes last … Continue reading

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