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Henry A. Giroux | Neoliberalism's War on Democracy

It is certain, in any case, that ignorance, allied with power, is the most ferocious enemy justice can have.                               — James Baldwin Henry A. Giroux  truthout.org  April 26, 2014 The following is the introduction to Henry Giroux's new book Neoliberalism's War on Higher More

Henry A. Giroux | Neoliberalism’s War on Democracy

It is certain, in any case, that ignorance, allied with power, is the most ferocious enemy justice can have.                               — James Baldwin Henry A. Giroux  truthout.org  April 26, 2014 The following is the introduction to Henry Giroux's new book Neoliberalism's War on Higher More

Henry A. Giroux | Neoliberalism and the Machinery of Disposability

A number of neoliberal societies, including the United States, have become addicted to violence. War provides jobs, profits, political payoffs, research funds, and forms of political and economic power that reach into every aspect of society. As war becomes a mode of sovereignty and rule, it erodes the distinction between war and peace.  By Henry A More

Henry A. Giroux | Neoliberalism and the Machinery of Disposability

A number of neoliberal societies, including the United States, have become addicted to violence. War provides jobs, profits, political payoffs, research funds, and forms of political and economic power that reach into every aspect of society. As war becomes a mode of sovereignty and rule, it erodes the distinction between war and peace.  By Henry A More

Edward S. Herman> Great Paper. Great Propaganda Organ.

Great Paper. Great Propaganda Organ. By Edward S. Herman  Z Magazine   October 2012 On October 11, 2011, Paul Krugman asserted on his blog that he had the privilege of writing two columns a week for “the world’s greatest newspaper,” the New York Times (NYT). The NYT is surely an outstanding paper, with exceptionally wide scope, many good journalists on board More

Edward S. Herman> Great Paper. Great Propaganda Organ.

Great Paper. Great Propaganda Organ. By Edward S. Herman  Z Magazine   October 2012 On October 11, 2011, Paul Krugman asserted on his blog that he had the privilege of writing two columns a week for “the world’s greatest newspaper,” the New York Times (NYT). The NYT is surely an outstanding paper, with exceptionally wide scope, many good journalists on board More

FAIR: Media Malpractice on the Debt Debate

Media Malpractice on the Debt Debate 07/15/2011 by Peter Hart  Fair.org    Fairness and Accuracy in Media The convention in mainstream journalism is that the new stories give you the facts, and the columnists give you their opinions (hopefully backed by facts). But in the coverage over the debt ceiling and budget debates sometimes you're More

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