IMAGINE… Ending Government Debt And Fixing The Fed By Michael Lindsay

If you are accused of criminal charges or have been pulled over in your vehicle for some reason or another, the police may want to search your property. In its Fall 1965 congress, CUS shifted to the left with the adoption of the Declaration of the Canadian Student, which put forward a different conceptual grounding for student activism. Instead of seeing students as a collectivity that is part of a larger corporate whole of a collectively developing nation, as UGEQ did, the CUS statement derived its justification from the rights and responsibilities of students as individuals. The argument was that students could and should be active producers of their own education together with faculty, in accordance with the medieval European ideal of the university as a community of scholars. The key formulation was one about the rights and responsibilities of active citizenship. Students were citizens within the university and citizens … Read the rest

IMAGINE… Ending Government Debt And Fixing The Fed By Michael Lindsay

It is 1929 and the misery that had aided the efforts of Weimar’s enemies in the early 20s has been relieved by five years of economic growth and rising incomes. These messages, however, may not be enough to convince the Party’s leaders. The government stubbornly continues to credit the VCP for its economic development, again and again echoing Trong’s words from almost a decade ago that the Party does not need any political opposition. Indeed, the March 2019 directive doubles down on the Party’s determination to hold onto power. The end of World War Two led to the constitution of the new Yugoslavia (the ‘second’ or Tito’s Yugoslavia), this time under communist rule. The country was fully supported by the Western Allies and was given international recognition in March 1945. The change in the political regime was the outcome of the victory of the revolutionary army – the partisan movement … Read the rest