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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...riven the gullible human race to the verge of annihilation and back. Participatory democracies have degenerated everywhere into venal plutocracies.... ... of humans, though molded by common experience, Jews are not a monolith. There are liberal Jews and orthodox Jews, narcissists and altruists, unscr... ...ere is no precedent to the extant fortean transition from totalitarian communism to liberal capitalism. This might well be true. Yet, nascent capit... ...d pension plans, and so on. d. Opportunities to be corrupt should be minimized by liberalizing and deregulating the economy. Red tape should be mi... ...ia, and East Europe can attest, these vital lessons are lost on the dozens of "new democracies" the world over. Many of these presidents and prime ... ...n, and collusion with Western interests, both commercial and political. The new "democracies" are thinly-disguised and criminalized plutocracies ... ...archies (Macedonia, Bosnia, and Iraq, to mention three recent examples). The new "democracies" suffer from many of the same ills that afflict thei... ...er of the unfit. But even these innocuous variants of eugenics fly in the face of liberalism. Inequality, claim the proponents of hereditary ameli... ...politics. Their raison d'etre and vigor were derived from their rabid opposition to liberalism, communism, conservatism, rationalism, and individual...

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Capitalistic Musings

By: Sam Vaknin

...oseph Stiglitz, Thomas Hellman, and Kevin Murdock concluded in their 1998 paper - "Liberalization, Moral Hazard in Banking, and Prudential Regulati... ...accorded a different treatment. While long term capital flows should be completely liberalized, encouraged and welcomed – the short term, "hot mone... ...Bursting asset bubbles, if they become more frequent in the future due to financial liberalization, globalization and unbridled credit growth, may r... ...lation. In an effort to overcome the pernicious effects of inflation, governments liberalize, deregulate and open their economies to competition. ... ...ive investments in education of the public and of state officials are required. e. Liberalization and deregulation of the economy. Abolition of red... ...e. The two countries with the highest incidence of AIDS are Africa's only two true democracies - Botswana and South Africa. The Centre for Economic...

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