Tag: michael hudson
What We’ve Been Up To
I recently got to write a post for Dusted Magazine‘s Listed series about ten records & books I’m fond of. It’s not a Top 10 of All Time, for reasons stated in the opener, more like what I wanted to write about on that occasion: Art Melody, Kari Ka Kian Fô Baaba Maal & Mansour…
Pretty Bubbles Turning Into Grime
Michael Hudson has a new book out so I thought it was high time I posted some thoughts I’ve been meaning to write up about his last one, The Bubble and Beyond. I’ve posted before about Hudson’s 1973 classic Superimperialism, whose analysis of the economic strategy of American Empire was followed by a terrific 1977…
Who Really Wins on Super Bowl Sunday?
“America has succeeded in forcing other nations to pay for its wars on a systematic basis, something never before accomplished by any nation in history .” – Michael Hudson I’d like to recommend two books I just finished reading, Blowback: The Costs and Consequences of American Empire by Chalmers Johnson and Super Imperialism: The Origins…