A fair narrative on Chinese economy

by John Ross When Chinese friends asked me to explain the anti-China rhetoric on the economy in the West, I told them firstly you have to distinguish what the people in the

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Debt Forgiveness in the Bronze Age

When interest-bearing commercial and agrarian debt came to be incorporated into civilization’s economic structure in the third millennium BC, it was accompanied by clean slates that liberated bondservants and restored to debtors

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What Is to Be Done?

In 1863, the Russian social critic, Nikolay Chernyshevsky, published a novel entitled “What Is to Be Done?” Its story revolves around a central heroine, Vera Pavlovna, and her four dreams. It brilliantly

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