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09/29/2020

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John Quiggin

It certainly seems that neoliberalism (broadly defined) has collapsed into monopoly capitalism exactly as described here, but with the outlet of imperialism no longer available. Hence, we get the declining rate of profit for small capital, while huge rents are creamed off the top by the financial sector.

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