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TheRealNews on Jul 7, 2019
The fantasy of the USA becoming the first global empire in history quickly dissolved in the wake of the Iraq war. Pepe Escobar and Eddie Conway discuss the coming nexus of global competition and climate change.
from the archives:
Michael Hudson, David Harvey and Bertell Ollman: Three Marxist Takes On Climate Change, Left Forum 2019
The $5,000,000,000,000,000 Question? By William Bowles
To Survive: We Need A Global Awakening Much Bigger Than A “Revolution,” Much Deeper Than Just Ending Capitalism by Eric Schechter
Chris Hedges: Unless We Bring About A Transformational Change By Overthrowing Corporate Power and Establish A Socialist System, All Efforts To Create A Green New Deal Will Be Stillborn
David Swanson: We Can’t Save the Climate Without Ending War
What Price a Livable Planet? by Paul Street
Abby Martin and Peter Phillips: Corporations Rule the World
Will Griffin: How the U.S. Military Shaped Global Capitalism
Howard Zinn: We Should Welcome the Collapse of the US Empire
Meet the One Percent: Peter Phillips’ Giants: The Global Power Elite by Marc Eliot Stein
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