[Y]oung people have a way of seeing life and the world around them far differently than do their elders.
Wall Street always seems to be on the winner’s side, but Bloomberg should still be wary.
There are reasons for the series of counterattacks from the public on shareholders and capital. It is a case of distorted distribution.
The young activists show that there is an existential threat in the global ecological crisis.
Will ... using socialism as a scarecrow actually change the course of events for the American public?
Lately, a U.S. polling company published the results of a survey regarding opinions on issues such as socialism and communism. More than half of American millennials (25-35 years old) selected socialism as their first choice, such that those who hoped to live in a socialist country outnumbered those who wished to live [Read more]
Donald Trump thinks the power to fire nuclear weapons that comes with the presidency is enough to halt the march of capitalism.
The rise of socialist ideas reflects not so much young Americans’ yearning for socialism, but their discontent with capitalism.
The West’s anti-terrorist actions have resulted in terrorism becoming more globalized, the refugee crises becoming globalized and increasingly intense power struggles.