Add comment on:Free Internet Book: "Restoring Shared Prosperity," 211pp
Thomas Palley and Gustav Horn
Profit-worship, race to the bottom, short-term fixation, financialization and commodification are symptoms of implosion where problems are called motivational and psychological, not structural and exogenous, not endogenous. Pluralist economics insists competition and cooperation coexist, profit-making is distinguished from profit-maximization, speculation is not confused with investment, the public sector is expanded, tax havens are closed ($1 trillion), taxes on the super-rich and corporations are restored, community centers and generalized security encouraged
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