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17 March 2017

Perspectives for Britain 2017

1. Britain in 2017 is crisis-ridden and unpredictable. The reasons for the increased instability are, at root, the consequences of the capitalist crisis, including the hollowing out of support for all

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24 September 2016

The Corbynomics challenge

The IMF now calls for state intervention to stimulate the ailing global economy. And many on the left also propose Keynesian-style policies. So, would the IMF welcome a Corbyn-led government in Britain?

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20 September 2013

The Causes of Capitalist Crisis; Reply to Andrew Kliman

This document is on the causes of capitalist crisis, replying to the ideas of Andrew Kliman; written by Peter Taaffe and Lynn Walsh and endorsed by the Executive Committee of the Socialist Party

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17 November 2009

Keynes revisited?

The deregulated 'free market' associated with Thatcherism is discredited. For many workers this will mean turning towards socialist ideas. For the representatives of capitalism, however, it is a question...

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24 February 2009

Keynes revisited

The era of the deregulated 'free market' associated with Thatcherism is dead. Nonetheless, governments will still use neo-liberal measures such as privatisation against the working class as is shown...

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21 October 2008

Keynesianism now trumpeted

Oliver Twist banks - Please sir, can I have some more?, photo www.squashdonkey.co.uk

Oliver Twist banks - Please sir, can I have some more?, photo www.squashdonkey.co.uk

"EVERY DAY this week there will be a picture of misery for the UK economy" said Citigroup economist Michael Saunders at the start of last week...

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23 April 2008

'The Conscience of a Liberal' by Paul Krugman

Reviewed by Peter Taaffe: As the pace of the intractable crisis of world capitalism speeds up and deepens, so the frantic rush to find solutions gathers pace...

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