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Published on Apr 5, 2011
Michael I. Niman looks at what we commonly term an "Economic Crisis," and argues that what we are actually facing is a social and political crisis commonly contextualized by a compliant media as a fiscal exigency. The resultant discussion is generally limited to which draconian cuts we should make to our social safety nets instead of examining broader policy alternatives and challenging the resurgent feudalism that he believes is actually at the root of this crisis.