A 1964 essay that is pertinent today.
I don’t know if I buy the argument or not, but it is a discussion that should be had. I know that the water is muddy, but one should be able to critique the post modern aspects of CRT without throwing the baby (widespread racial bias) out with the bath water.
Who can act surprised that an initiative designed to create a marijuana industry, in fact, created a marijuana industry. The worst excesses of capitalism once again rears its ugly head, a few rich men at the top, a mass of wage slaves at the bottom. That was the intent of this initiative, and that is the only outcome possible.
In March, the United States, Britain and members of the European Union blocked a World Trade Organization proposal backed by roughly 80 nations, including India and South Africa, to waive patent protections for coronavirus vaccines. The WTO plans to revisit the issue in May.
As pandemic surges anew, global envy and anger over U.S. vaccine abundance