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Neoliberalism -- The 'Zombie Doctrine' at the Root of All Our Problems

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Neoliberalism as defined in this article is at the root of all the social problems we are facing today. This claim is masterfully supported in George Monbiot’s article. The only hope we have of avoiding the disaster is to elect Bernie Sanders and get behind him as he leads us against the formidable powers arrayed against us. Anyone who thinks Hillary is the answer has absolutely no concept of what is wrong.

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I am a retired physicist and hold a B.S. in Ch. E. as well. I have been an environmental activist since the early 1970s. I was a founding member of the Save Barton Creek Association in Austin, TX. In 2006 I was a member of a select committee (more...)
 

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