Marxism shows no sign of dying out; it lives on in a variety of political movements and branches of academic and cultural life. But why exactly?
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A military attack on Syria would clearly affect stock values. War diverts trade: some businesses lose while others gain. Is war good for business in the aggregate? Not likely says Mark Harrison.
Mark Harrison argues that liberal capitalism isn’t perfect, but it has done far more for human welfare than communism.
The growth in foreign ownership in the UK is something to be welcomed, not feared. Foreign firms increase competition and help disseminate new ideas as local firms copy business methods and innovation.
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All our yesterdays: reliving the glory days of the Lawson boom - by @pknpi http://t.co/MQbJjvKyDd
Creating 'mixed communities' means starting at the top - so let's bulldoze Belgravia by @urbaneprofessor - http://t.co/FCzRnKT36X
Next time house prices crop up at a dinner party, take a value perspective - http://t.co/R2fksZKzEc
Why they fight - by @tomstreithorst http://t.co/ICWckMTACY
The difference between saving and investment - by @azizonomics http://t.co/AFGEU4leV0