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« on: April 15, 2014, 07:54:03 am »

So I'm close to finishing this title by french political economist Thomas Piketty. I think this can stir some good debate here.

I personally think it's an excellent analysis to the importance of taxation as an instrument yet it still a revisionist ideology which makes it problematic as a 'beacon' for people left of social democracy. In addition, I would have liked a more solid proposal to policy considering the shift in the method of production with the 'information revolution' ongoing (at times it seems most of the socialist debate is conducted as if we're not amidst one largest changes to social order and economic order we had seen in decades).
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