Cartoon: Golfer to caddy dialogue.
"there are two sides ot every coin my friend-it makes me rich and you poor."

Th-th-th-that’s all folks! (March 2004)

More reflections on inequality in the United States of America

No Logo (March 2001)

Globalisation and the spread of the ‘brand.’

Who owns the world? (November 1996)

The world’s 358 billionaires have more assets than the combined incomes of countries representing 45% of the planet’s population(1)

From 1960 to 1990 the share in global income of the poorest 20 percent of the world’s population fell from 2.3 percent to 1.4 percent. The share of the richest 20 percent of the grew from 70% to 85%(2)

Two-class society (July 1996)

Introducing our class-based analysis of society

From Third World to One World? (April 2001)

How capitalism is perpetuating the existence of a ‘Third world’ and whether this can be reversed

America – from dream to nightmare (August 1996)

Reflections on the class struggle in the United States of America

(1) The Independent 23/7/96


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