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  • ppmp

    From market crisis to market boom, from welfare to wealth care, from homelessness to helplessness, and an all-out assault on the global environment—these are just some of the indecencies of contemporary economic life that Profit Pathology takes on. Here, Michael Parenti investigates how class power is a central force in our political life and, yet, is subjected to little critical discernment. He notes how big-moneyed interests shift the rules of the game in their favor while unveiling the long march by reactionaries through the nation’s institutions to undo all the gains of social democracy, from the New Deal to the present.
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  • uz-gate

    During the networking dinner, the Registrar of the Council of Social Workers, Noah Mudenda questioned the authorities of the institution on why it has not been training social workers at masters level since five years ago.
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  • poverty-map
    Frontburner | J Palmer

    See that dark, brooding image above? That is an attempt to illustrate the increases and decreases in poverty in different neighborhoods in Dallas. The red arrows represent where poverty has increased. They are thicker where populations are denser and longer where poverty has increased more. The green arrows represent where poverty has decreased. You can see them clustered around Uptown and fanning out through the central part of North Dallas. The biggest decrease looks to be in West Dallas.
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