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The ‘Suicidal State’ and the War on Youth

3 years agoNews : Truthdig

By Henry A. Giroux, Truthout Everywhere we look, the power of the rich and powerful operates to create a “suicidal state” in which regulations meant to restrict their corrupting power are shredded; shamelessly and without apology, they use their unchecked power to lay off millions of workers while simultaneously cutting the benefits and rights of those on the job in order to dramatically increase corporate profits.
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