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Martin Fowler: Supermarket

Artist’s Statement:

‘Boy’s Weeklies’ was an analysis of the ‘natural’ form and content of boy’s comic’s, in relation to the social and political context of Britain in 1940. 333 kata lagi

Nightcap

  1. Modernism without industrialism Nick Nielsen, The View from Oregon
  2. Adam Smith’s suspicions about democracy Branko Milanovic, globalinequality
  3. Left-wing nostalgia Sean Cashbaugh, H-socialisms
  4. The importance of Richard Pipes (RIP) Jacob Heilbrunn, National Interest
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The Case of Early British Liberalism against Corruption

by Anca Pop

Despite the current, multifaceted backlashes against neoliberal globalization, liberal ideas on the global economic system are still the orthodoxy of the day. Whether it be in IMF and World Bank frameworks, EU membership conditionality, or TPP negotiations, the international economic consensus is still upheld by the belief that policies of trade liberalization, deregulation, and privatization are likely to reduce corruption. 2.859 kata lagi

Liberals

Double Down on Your Gifting

Let’s pick back up where we left off Wednesday.  The more I study Jesus’ disbursement of the gifts, the more I see that Adam Smith, in his insight into Division of Labor and Specialization, was on to some deep wisdom. 533 kata lagi

Farmers and Fish

Below the winding tributary waters of the Susquehanna River, you may find the elusive Chesapeake logperch hiding along the stream bottom among pebbles and cobbles. 873 kata lagi

Blog Entries

Divide and Conquer: Continuing the Thought on Adam Smith

Continuing the thought from yesterday, Adam Smith’s ideas of Division of Labor and Specialization are essential techniques for leadership and business. And it is clearly seen in Scripture that the Twelve agreed with the wisdom in this philosophy of business (even though Smith wouldn’t be born for 1500 years). 369 kata lagi