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Forget free ports, try charter cities. This is an interesting article:
The areas that some of these places cover is staggering. I’m starting to think of them as footholds for the anarcho-capitalists. This document from the gov’s freeport bidding prospectus shows the size of these areas.
The article is interesting, the tories are either idealistic about free ports or totally aware of the realities of these zones. I imagine varying shades of both, depending on the mp in question.
Health and safety, workers rights and other protections are just unnecessary costs in the eyes of these people. This article gives an insight to the thinking behind them.
There’s quite a few articles on the internet.
This is map of successful freeport bids:
All privately owned, no regulations, freedom for capital to do what it wants.August 6, 2021 at 2:51 pm in reply to: State Capitalism: The Wages System Under New Management #220546
Thank you, I’ll get in touch with them.August 2, 2021 at 6:09 pm in reply to: State Capitalism: The Wages System Under New Management #220475
That would be great. Thank you
Thank you. I’ve found a few articles that explain it quite well, but you’ve pretty much summed up what they said.
For anybody interested, this is a helpful website, lots of helpful information explaining borrowing and government debt.
Hi-thanks for replying. Yes, it mentions this in the article. The media report it as our debt. Using this argument, they’ll make cuts in the name of paying the debt.
Thank you. I had a vague memory of seeing something about this.
Thanks for the replies. I managed to find one, through one of those book sites and I paid £10 for it.
I’ve e-mailed the US site, to ask about a copy of the reformism book.
The link from books-price takes you to Amazon, where theres a copy for £10. Yet searching for it only brings up the £20 copies.
Thank you both. I’ll look on the book sites that DJP found and then I’ll contact the WSPUS.
Once again, many thanks
It doesn’t make sense, surely there isn’t that much demand for it. I can’t find it on any websites either.