Guest Blog

The Need for Economic and Social Justice – by John Scales Avery

The Center for Economic and Social Justice advocates a radical decrease of the economic inequality that today has allowed a tiny corporate elite to control not only our mass media, but also the entire apparatus of government in many countries. I firmly believe that greater equality and restoration of...

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The Root of the Problem — and the Solution. (Norman G. Kurland)

All of today’s economic gurus and policymakers understand the need for faster rates of sustainable growth.  Yet all of their strategies presume that we need either the rich or the government to finance growth. They’re wrong.  The 99% do not need the money of either the rich or the...

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The Time Machine – Jim Aulenti

For a second let’s all jump into our Time Machine and set the dial to 1900. Congress passes a New Capital Homestead Act authorizing access to capital credit through the private banking system for every US Citizen.    Here we are, 114 years later.   What does our Nation...

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Poetic Musings on Economic Justice – Barbara Olson

From longtime CESJ member and “Happy Revolutionary” Barbara Olson in Denver, CO, a little break from all the serious and scholarly prose expounding on the Just Third Way paradigm….  ______________ When I’m at my lowest in my longing for economic justice, I look for pen and paper in hopes...

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