We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Harvard: Why the Crew, and not the Captain, Will Save America / by Jon Jeter

Originally published: Patreon, Augusta, 2022 In the autumn of 2000, I traveled to the southern African nation of Mozambique to write a story about the collapse of the country’s cashew industry. Sixteen years of ruinous  civil war had left Mozambique’s cashew groves in bad shape, and the local processing plants unable to afford the rawContinue reading “We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Harvard: Why the Crew, and not the Captain, Will Save America / by Jon Jeter”

Double Standards and Inhumanity of Capitalism / by Prabhat Patnaik

Amidst a pandemic, when humanity and sagacity demand that we should be concerned with all human life, a metropolis-centred social system considers some lives to be of value, not others. For over two years now, the world has been facing a pandemic the like of which has not been seen for a century, and whichContinue reading “Double Standards and Inhumanity of Capitalism / by Prabhat Patnaik”