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ECB at the service of private interests

By Odalys Padrón* Europe has a long democratic tradition. Athens in the VII to V centuries B.C., evolved from an oligarchy, rule by the few, to a democracy, government by the people. This achievement was brought about by the people through countless popular rebellions. It was not a full democracy, since slavery endured and women … Continue reading

Mr Monti, here’s what waste to cut

An alternative budget for Italy The initiative by Mario Monti’s government to ask citizens to suggest cuts has produced predictable results. The capitalist-owned mass media has been banging on about the ‘cost of politics’ for months and hey presto the vast majority of proposals posted on the dedicated government website from ordinary Italians have been … Continue reading

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