Tuesday, February 13, 2007


ARTICLES (start with the last)

Today, the world lives under the virtually undisputed rule of a market-dominated, ultra-competitive (yet not fairly competitive), globalized society with its cortege of manifold iniquities and legalized violence. Many public and private institutions in all nations that genuinely believe they are working for a more equitable world have unwittingly contributed to the violent triumph of neoliberalism. Field evidence, however, shows that perpetual prosperity for anyone, let alone all, under market fundamentalism is merely an empty promise of neoliberalism. And the time may be ripe for China, as Asia's largest economy, to break free of a global market economy that nears collapse.

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