D&S Blog Search and Archive

Month: October 2006

A Thomas Friedman quiz

Chris Sturr , October 31, 2006
Thomas Friedman: The Lexus and the Olive Tree. The World is Flat. A column in the New York Times. “Arguably…

Dollars & Sense becomes the Book Liberation Front

Chris Sturr , October 30, 2006
Dollars & Sense has temporarily transformed itself into the Book Liberation Front. The warehouse where we have stored our book…

Background on the crisis in Oaxaca.

Chris Sturr , October 30, 2006
Violence has escalated in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. Several protesters were killed last Friday, including Brad Will, an independent…

The Economist: Weapon of Mass Deduction?

Chris Sturr , October 25, 2006
The Economist’s latest ad campaign has become ubiquitous in Boston over the past few weeks. Similar to the recent Snickers…

Solving the wrong problem in Michigan

Chris Sturr , October 23, 2006
Dollars & Sense blogs, and some of our readers blog, too. Today, subscriber Richard Murphy justifies his lack of support…

Econamici: The End of Iraq, by Peter Galbraith

Chris Sturr , October 19, 2006
The End of Iraq: How American Incompetence Created a War without End, by Peter Galbraith From the day the war…

Webwashing 2.0

Chris Sturr , October 19, 2006
Say you’re the manager of a company that does nasty things, like killing union workers in Colombia. Before you know…

2nd US Federation of Worker Cooperatives Conference

Chris Sturr , October 17, 2006
D&S co-editor Chris Sturr and business manager Esther Cervantes spent the weekend in New York at the 2nd US Federation…

New Nobel Prize Economist – Wrong on Unemployment?

Chris Sturr , October 10, 2006
This year’s Nobel Prize winner in economics has just been announced: Edmund Phelps, a Columbia University economist, for his work…

Photos from D&S event available

Chris Sturr , October 3, 2006
Dollars & Sense’s September 15 event on Economic Justice and African American Communities was a big success. A large and…

D&S Categories


Dollars & Sense
P.O. Box 209,
Portsmouth, NH 03802
Phone: (617) 447-2177
Fax: (617) 447-2179
Email us.

© 2021