Whether it’s for Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or just for the vague holiday spirit, now is the time that Americans tend to dig into their wallets and spend money they don’t have.
Capitalism has indeed generated remarkable amounts of wealth, but suggesting that the distribution of said wealth has helped everyone would simply be erroneous.
“Only a crisis, actual or perceived, produced real change,” is a well-known Milton Friedman quote. This is how Naomi Klein, renowned author and journalist, framed her book “The Shock Doctrine” and also her lecture at the Assembly Series on Wednesday, “The Present and Future of American Capitalism.” Klein was scheduled to speak at the University last year, but canceled due to weather.
Three…Two…One…and time. The fall movie season has begun! Well yes, I know we’re still technically in the summer months, but who wants to dwell on (what is soon to be) the past? Let’s look to the future, to the year 2009! Here are the 10 fall films to look forward to. 10. Gentlemen Broncos • […]
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