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“The Logic of Conformity: The Corruption of Economy” Tadit Anderson

   In the history of ideas in the U.S. within the social sciences, civic affairs, industrial psychology, management theory, social work, and related beach front property there was a span of time from about 1886 to 1928, when the major principles and practices took a turn toward conformity, rather than sustaining an open discourse. The majority of this shift is connected to investments by corporate interests to advance its own interests as political favors for pay and under the pretense of generosity, otherwise known as philanthropy.

Time to Do Something About "Too-Big-to-Fail" Banks

Wednesday 12 August 2009

by: Nomi Prins | Visit article original @ Newsday

Millions of Americans Pushed Into No-Law System by Colluding Banks By PAM MARTENS

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 Janet Reno Moves From Justice to McJustice
Millions of Americans Pushed Into No-Law System by Colluding Banks

By PAM MARTENS

"Hunky Dory" by James Howard Kunstler

 ...get local, get finer, downscale, and get going on it right away...

 

" Invest Locally: Put Your Money Where Your Life Is" Michael Shuman

  
Americans want to invest locally: here’s how.
 
by Michael Shuman
posted Jun 05, 2009

 

How You Finance Goldman Sachs' Profits by Nomi Prins

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This is perhaps the most important thing I learned over my years working on Wall Street, including as a managing director at Goldman Sachs: Numbers lie. In a normal time, the fact that the numbers generated by the nation's biggest banks can't be trusted might not matter very much to the rest of us. But since the record bank profits we're now hearing about are essentially created by massive federal funding, perhaps it behooves us to dig beneath their data. On July 27, 10 congressmen, led by Rep.

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