The war between the United Nations of Neoliberalism and the Axis of State Capitalism wouldn't be the replay of the Cold War melodrama that the authors of The Economist's series of articles on state capitalism want it to be if we weren't promised the inevitable victory of Our Side. After a long, difficult struggle, of course.I have to say that "Axis of State Capitalism" strikes me as one of the dumbest slogans I've ever seen.
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"[S]tate capitalism is the most formidable foe that liberal capitalism has faced so far." - from The visible hand, the introductory article to The Economist's series of special report articles on what they call "state capitalism" in... Read Post