With a closed media and a fierce propaganda program, North Korea might be considered to be a nation gripped in fear of the outside world. But what do these people think about the outside world, and in particular the USA? Relations have been tense between the two nations since the ceasefire of the Korean War…Read More How Do North Koreans See America?
We instinctively use the lessons of European history to explain Asia’s future, and it is incredibly difficult to make the argument that we should look at Asia’s history if we want to understand where Asia is going to go in the future. The most common way that we think about power transitions in international relations…Read More What America gets wrong about China and the rest of Asia | David Kang
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This video is brought to you by your contributions on Patreon. Click here if you want to help keep the lights on down at the history factory. Just before we start, this video is part four in a six-part series on world revolutions done as a collaborative project with Cypher, the Cynical Historian. If you…Read More When Capitalism Almost Disappeared
The socialists of the past focused too exclusively, too much on who owned the means of production, and how distribution of goods and services was to be worked out. What they didn’t focus on, was how production itself was organized. What happens in the workplace, the factory, the office, the store? What happens there among…Read More Economic Update: Socialism Past, Present, and Future [CLIP]
Karl Marx is often described as one of the greatest thinkers of the 19th century. His writings have inspired revolutions, and generated centuries of fierce debate. Born in Prussia, now Germany, in May 1818, Marx believed that capitalism, which was in its infancy at the time, had serious flaws. Marx claimed that in pursuit of…Read More Was Karl Marx right? | The Economist
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as we continue to have debates and a lot of you on college campuses see this often this idea that speech should be regulated speech should be regulated to protect somebody else but in order to do that you have to infringe on the god-given freedoms of someone else's free speech in order to do…Read More The Left's Socialist Utopia Will Strip You of Freedom
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one of the myths out there that the crazy Bernie has been spreading is that we need to be more like Sweden we're like Denmark since Scandinavian countries there's more socialists you know democratic socialism he says there's a huge difference between socialism and democratic socialism and the user spells huge with about 15 or…Read More Prof. DiLorenzo: Why Bernie is Wrong about Scandinavian Socialism