Monthly Archives: August 2015

You Can’t Quit Capitalism

The book The Man Who Quit Money, by Mark Sundeen, was a pretty decent read. It was published in 2012 and is about Daniel Suelo, who decided to stop using money in 2000, at the age of 39. As Sundeen … Continue reading

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Wait, Am I a Maoist?

No, but damned if I don’t find myself more and more in agreement with this kind of thinking: “I don’t believe there is one true party line that every movement has to have. The Maoist view is better: let a … Continue reading

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The Tremendous Waste of Maintaining the Market System

The post-capitalist world I would like to see is the one of anarchist communism, where there is no government, there are no owners or bosses, and there is no money. Rather than having to work because you need money for … Continue reading

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