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Political and economic ingredients for volatile 2015

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http://www.socialistworld.net/doc/7021

 

All the political and economic ingredients which made 2014 such a volatile year will be carried over and deepened in 2015. In Britain, a crucial general election - with possible long-term consequences for politics - will add to the brew.

 

We can predict that the strategists of capitalism will have just as little clue as in 2014 on how to overcome the evident ‘deficiencies’, more like catastrophic consequences, of their crisis-ridden system. They have characterised this as a ‘great recession’ - carefully avoiding the term ‘depression’ due to its association with the 1930s.


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www.amerika.org/politics/democracy-has-failed/

You have your answer here.

 

You didn't read the article. The cause outlined in the article pinpoints the decay of capitalism, not democracy, as the problem.


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