Monthly Archives For July 2012

Mitt Romney, Tax Havens and Job Destruction

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Mitt Romney, Tax Havens and Job Destruction Treasure Islands author Nicholas Shaxson has a Vanity Fair article about Mitt Romney and his personal fortune which is tangled up in tax havens and multiple investment portfolios….

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Waiting for the Wake

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Book Review: Restored Finnegans Wake, Penguin Modern Classics, edited by Danis Rose and John O’Hanlon. Typically Dadaism as a movement extolling anti-art, the irrational and chaotic finds a very narrow berth in Ireland but in its…

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ORGANISED ANARCHY AND COOPERATIVE POLITICS: WORKER-OWNED ENTERPRISES IN ACTION

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The lack of jobs and services is forcing communities to seek alternatives, and once again thecooperative model is being explored. Two weekends ago in Belfast†, a number of organisationsmet at the Cooperate and No One Gets Hurt seminar where the Workers Cooperative Network (WCN) was established. The cross-border initiative broadly aims to improve …

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Fáilte Romhat

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Fáilte romhat And after the handshake it emerged he’d also been using coins with her picture on it and even accepting post from `the ‘Royal Mail’. He’s even been laughing, like the rest of us,…

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