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Tuesday Links: TPP, Corbyn, Sanders, etc. | The D&S Blog
Oct 6, 2015 9:08 PM

[…] Guardian (embedded above), Tony Benn speech on the aims of Thatcherite policies.  Via Gaius Publius, via Naked Capitalism, where they are calling it Tony Benn’s […]

Hunter adams
Hunter adams
Sep 27, 2015 2:29 PM

Despite avid attention to economics since the Crash I have never run across anyone r revealing the 80’s forward in the West as a Counter Reformation by the oligarchy in response to reforms generated upon their temporary downfall due to their own monumental mistakes in the first half of the 20th century. This is education at its finest OK so I’m dense. But I will keep on reading. I have grandkids.

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Tony Benn - 10 min History Lesson for Neoliberals
Sep 26, 2015 2:51 PM

[…] window._taboola = window._taboola || []; _taboola.push({article:'auto'}); !function (e, f, u) { e.async = 1; e.src = u; f.parentNode.insertBefore(e, f); }(document.createElement('script'), document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0], 'http://cdn.taboola.com/libtrc/historum-network/loader.js'); The late Tony Benn speaks out about the real aims of the banking industry, debt slavery, and the policies of pro-business politicians from Thatcher to the present day. VIDEO: Tony Benn speech on the aims of Thatcherite policies | OffGuardian […]

cettel22
cettel22
Aug 30, 2015 1:56 PM

Awesome; incredibly articulate and even handsome at the age of 90, and brilliant too, but I wish he didn’t think he’s a Marxist, because he isn’t. He’s a lot better than that, but he seems to see in Marx only the things that he agrees with, as if the things he doesn’t are not even worth noting, though they’re actually important.