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Katherine Acosta holds a PhD in Sociology and has previously worked as a university lecturer and researcher.

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(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Martha Raddatz Repeats the "Big Lie" About Social Security & Medicare It was one of the few lies that did not cause Vice President Joe Biden to roll his eyes or otherwise mock his opponent and correct him. Instead, he merely promised that the Democrats would not privatize the program. That's because no matter which party wins the presidency, Social Security will be under attack.
(29 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, October 12, 2012
Is Anarchism a Political Philosophy Whose Time Has Come? Everywhere, these days, people are talking about anarchism. Now Dmitry Orlov joins the discussion with a 3-part series, "In Praise of Anarchy..." Orlov argues that anarchy, rather than hierarchy, is the dominant pattern in nature, that hierarchical organizations ultimately end in collapse, and that the impending collapse of the of the capitalist industrial system presents an opportunity for the emergence of anarchism.
(18 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, September 19, 2012
On Occupy, Anarchism, & Corporatism: A Response to Don Smith A response to Don Smith's describing the relationship between anarchism and occupy and challenging his assertion that if "Big Government" does not check corporate power it would "otherwise dominant society."

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