Tuesday, February 8, 2011


Markets have a tendency to invade every area of life. If profit declines in one area of the economy, firms are driven to turn new areas into cash cows. You name it, from sex to shamanism, everything can be turned into a commodity to be bought and sold. As Marx noted in the 1840s quoting Sophocles's play Antigone, markets tend towards universal prostitution. "Money! Nothing worse in our lives, so

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