Prof. Michael Hudson: The Long Collapse

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AmericanMonetaryInst | October 13, 2010

Michael Hudson: Author, Super Imperialism and Global Fracture; editor, Debt and Economic Renewal in the Ancient Near East; economic commentator for National Public Radio; distinguished Professor of Economics, University of Missouri, Kansas City, and Chief Economic Advisor to the 2008 Kucinich for President campaign. Dr. Hudson was the first to publicly identify the mechanism of “Dollar Imperialism” through the U.S. balance of payments deficits. His talk will focus on the coming momentous monetary developments in the Icelandic and Latvian crises, and their implication for future crises resolutions.

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see

Predatory Finance: The New Mode of Global Warfare by Michael Hudson

Michael Parenti: Does Capitalism work? (2002)

Capitalism and Other Kids’ Stuff (2005) (must-see)

Max Keiser: David DeGraw: Financial Terrorism, Global Banking Cartel and Inequality

Energy crisis: Turning-point of humanity By Rudo de Ruijter

The Neoliberal Experiment and Europe’s anti-Austerity Strikes: Governments must Lower Wages or Suffer Financial Blackmail

Debunking Money (#1): Money, Myth, and Machiavelli

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