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From Industrial to Present-Day Capitalism

We need a balanced assessment of Marx’ theory to understand contemporary capitalism - by Jürgen Kocka

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Weniger Streitmacht für Arbeitnehmer

Rechtssache Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis

 

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The Benign Face of Right-Wing Populism

Canada’s Doug Ford is no xenophobe. But he still poses a threat to democratic government

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God, Make America Great Again!

Why so many American Christians are bowing the knee to Donald Trump

 

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Hot Data

It’s time to take back control of the information that surveillance corporations hold on us

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Democrats vs Democrats

Why the US Democrats are standing in their own way in the congressional elections, despite a good chance of success

 

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In praise of the nation

Why progressives can’t leave civic patriotism and the nation state to right-wing populists

 

 

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A president just like Trump?

Donald Trump likes to liken himself to former US president Andrew Jackson. But does the comparison really hold?

 

 

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When Uncle Sam stays at home

Trump’s ‘America First’ policy is prompting other countries to take leadership on an array of issues – and that’s no bad thing

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What is to be Done? Germany between Islamic Extremism and Islamophobia

An Action Plan submitted by a commission established by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung

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A news services on current political, economic and cultural developments provided by the Washington Office of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. Its target readership are German public officials, professionals, journalists, as well as researchers. FES Perspectives are mostly published in German and written by varying American and German experts.

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