Economic Democracy: The Political Struggle of the Twenty-First Century by J.W. Smith
Terrorism - Environmental Policy - Political Freedom & Security - Political Science-History & Theory - Radical Thought - Public Policy Permanent global peace and sustainable development. Eliminating monopolies we are told are not there. Creating a modern commons. Increasing economic efficiency equal to the invention of money, the printing press, and electricity. The efficiency increase measures the previously wasted labor, capital, and resources. Each person works 2-3 days per week without loss of food, fiber, shelter, or recreation Under full and equal rights, poverty can be eliminated in 10 years. Under full and equal rights, within 50 years each citizen of the world can have a quality life. Plunder by trade and Capital destroying capital eliminated through superefficient capitalism. Empowering the powerless. The evolution from plunder by raids to plunder by trade began 800 to 1,000 years ago in the Free Cities of Europe. As those cities evolved into nations and those nations into empires, plunder by trade was plunder by both raids and trade was practiced. Plunder by trade has been the dominant feature of world trade since WWII. But the developing world is now aware and that structure of world trade may soon be history.