Reviewing Ellen Brown’s “Web of Debt:” Part V

Reviewing Ellen Brown's "Web of Debt:" Part V - by Stephen LendmanThis is the fifth of several articles on Ellen Brown's superb 2007 book titled "Web of Debt," now updated in a December 2008 third edition. It tells "the shocking truth about our money system, (how it) trapped us in debt, and how we can... Continue Reading →

Reviewing Ellen Brown’s “Web of Debt:” Part IV

Reviewing Ellen Brown's "Web of Debt:" Part IV - by Stephen LendmanThis is the fourth in a series of articles on Ellen Brown's superb 2007 book titled "Web of Debt," now updated in a December 2008 third edition. It tells "the shocking truth about our money system, (how it) trapped us in debt, and how... Continue Reading →

FDR’s New Deal v. Obamanomics

FDR'S New Deal v. Obamanomics in Their First 100 Days - by Stephen LendmanWith good reason, progressive economists reflect positively on Roosevelt's New Deal even though:-- it failed to end the Great Depression; -- had many flaws; -- did too little for blacks, women, immigrants, small farmers, agricultural workers, and the poor;-- let blacks be... Continue Reading →

Israeli Use of Palestinians As Human Shields

Israeli Use of Palestinians As Human Shields - by Stephen LendmanThe Al Mezan Center for Human Rights is a Gaza-based Palestinian NGO mandated "to promote, protect and prevent violations of human rights in general, and economic, social and cultural rights in particular, to provide effective aid to those victims of such violations, and to enhance... Continue Reading →

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