How well the British economy is performing today depends critically on when you start the clock. How far back should you go?
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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?
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.
For the first time in history, people have the real prospect of no longer having to work long hours in boring, repetitive and physically debilitating jobs to meet basic needs. We will have more time to spend interacting with each other, caring for each other.
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