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Articles from Vol. 53, No. 11, April

Argentina: An Alternative Proposal to Overcome the Crisis. (Document)
"There is no alternative" has always been wishful thinking at best, at worst a deliberate lie, on the part of the ruling powers. From out of the ruins to which neoliberalism has brought Argentina, its onetime much-heralded model of success, now...
Economic Crisis and the Crisis of U.S. Labor
Capitalist economies have always moved in cycles of expansion and contraction. They are crisis prone by their nature. The U.S. economy expanded for ten years, from 1991 until the spring of 2001, and, as is normally the case during such a long expansion,...
Neoliberal Finance and Crisis in the Developing World
From Mexico to Argentina The Mexican financial implosion of 1994--1995 marked the beginning of a parade of financial crises throughout the developing world that today shows no signs of abating. From the Asian crises of 1997--1998, to Russia and...
Porto Alegre 2002: A Tale of Two Forums. (Correspondence)
The Social Forum (SF) which took place in Porto Alegre, Brazil on February 1-5, 2002 attracted nearly 70,000 participants, including over 15,000 delegates from almost 5,000 organizations. Delegates came from 150 countries to participate in twenty-eight...
The Argentine Crisis
The Conceptual Setting Historically, monetary crises have been related to hyperinflation, from which Argentina has often suffered. Hyperinflation is generally viewed as a calamity leading to the destruction of the capitalist monetary system of...
The New Face of Capitalism: Slow Growth, Excess Capital, and a Mountain of Debt. (Review of the Month)
The Editors For a long time now, the U.S. economy and the economies of the advanced capitalist world as a whole have been experiencing a slowdown in economic growth relative to the quarter-century following the Second World War. It is true that...
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