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Agitate for Change
Change depends on us.
by Stephen Lendman
Sitting on the sidelines accomplishes nothing. Indifference isn't an option. Nothing important changes without public involvement and activism. "We the people" must show we mean it.
Doug Dowd is an economic historian, economist, and political activist. At age 94, he's slowed, but still active, vibrant and committed for long overdue change.
He's a radical economist in the best sense of the term. His academic career spanned six decades. He's still writing books and articles. He discusses cutting-edge economic, political and social issues.
His recently published book is titled "Inequality and the Global Economic Crisis." Vital issues covered include:
- class, political, racial, and gender-based inequality;
- big business and inequality;
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