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March/April 2010

  • missile

    Synergy in Security

    By Tom Barry

    The military-industrial complex has morphed into a new type of public-private partnership—one that spans military, intelligence, and homeland-security contracting, and might be better called a “national security complex.” Read more »

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    Creating Decent Jobs

    By Heidi Garrett-Peltier

    At a time when unemployment in the domestic economy remains near 10%, it may seem convenient to fall back on the principle of military Keynesianism: War is good for the economy. But it’s not. Read more »

  • Haiti rescue

    Haiti’s Fault Lines: Made in the U.S.A.

    By Marie Kennedy and Chris Tilly

    Pace Pat Robertson, the devil had little to do with Haiti’s underdevelopment. Instead, the fingerprints of more mundane actors—France and later the United States—are all over the crime scene. Read more »

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  • The Undeserving Rich

    By Gar Alperovitz and Lew Daly

    Collectively produced and inherited knowledge and the (re)distribution of income and wealth. | Order this issue or subscribe.

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