On the edge with Max Keiser: Michael Hudson on Junk Economics and Feudalism


PressTVGlobalNews | June 27, 2010

On the edge with Max Keiser: Michael Hudson (Part1)

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  17. Quite amazing to hear an economist say ‘Wages haven’t gone down, they just haven’t gone up in 30 years.’ Say again… ?? If that doesn’t translate to wages going down, what does?

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