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Numbers that Speak Volumes:

For decades I’ve written and spoke on the effects of globalization and the damage done by the corporate-governance brand of economic policy. I’ve argued relentlessly in opposition to the now standardized argument which asserts that the deplorable state of domestic economics is directly due to the ill-gotten gains of the so-called One Percent. In fact the gains of the 1 percent are not at all the cause but the consequence of a global economic design.

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