Category Archives: Capitalism Investigates Big Poultry

None of this comes as any surprise. Here in Alabama, Big Poultry produces and sells over a billion chickens annually. It is a $15 billion dollar industry that dwarfs every other agricultural commodity produced in this state. Georgia, Alabama, and … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: “Beyond The Line”

Barbados I’ve come across this phrase “beyond the line” several times during my research and have begun to realize its immense importance to understanding how the British West Indies and the South evolved into race-based plantation slave societies: “The West … Continue reading

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The Province of Freedom: Free Labor vs. Slave Labor in Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone As Stephen Drescher observes in The Mighty Experiment, the total failure of free society in Sierra Leone, a free labor colony in West Africa chartered by abolitionists to take on slave labor in the British West Indies was … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: Review: Inhuman Bondage: The Rise and Fall of Slavery in the New World

New World In Inhuman Bondage: The Rise and Fall of New World Slavery, David Brion Davis sets the American South within the international context of the transatlantic slave trade and the rise and fall of other New World slave societies. … Continue reading

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Amurrica Series: Why America Failed

Amurrica Morris Berman is the author of “Why America Failed: The Roots of American Decline,” “Dark Age America: The Final Phase of Empire,” and “The Twilight of American Culture. Sounds like an interesting trilogy. In the interview, he talks about how … Continue reading

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The Muse of Hate: Vulcan’s Forge

Alabama It is another bright summer day in the Sunny South. Philosopher King is working overtime to cover “the debt ceiling crisis” unfolding in Washington and Wall Street. He is furiously analyzing information and trying to make sense of what … Continue reading

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Mammon’s Temple

Wall Street “Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth, where moth and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal: But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where … Continue reading

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Eye on CNBC

CNBC The Roman Senator moment … [youtube=]

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Jesse James In Georgia

Georgia I’m watching MSNBC talk about the White kids who robbed the bank to get the Federal Reserve dollars in Georgia. I’ve done nothing but sit here and drink a glass of water. Instead of working for the Federal Reserve, … Continue reading

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Hard Times in Appalachia

Virginia The Washington Post has a new story about rural poverty in Southwest Virginia. Pulaski, Virginia is an Appalachian town of about 9,000 people. Whites are 89.5 percent of the population. Blacks are 7.75 percent. Hispanics comprise most of the … Continue reading

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