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In this month's Put People First edition of New Internationalist, David Ransom looks at how the meltdown could signal the start of The Age Of Possibility and Vanessa Baird asks what changes the world economy needs.

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Spot the difference
By David Ransom, Wednesday, June 23, 2010

No-one who endured 'structural adjustment' during the 'third' world debt crisis from the 1980s onwards can have any difficulty in recognizing the emergency budget just produced by the coalition government in Britain.

Doing the wrong thing
By David Ransom, Thursday, June 17, 2010

Why living on less is a sin.

What Will George Osborne Cut Today?
By Charlie Harvey, Wednesday, June 16, 2010

No Shock Doctrine For Britain have created a random "cut generator", What Will George Cut Today?, to highlight the absurdity of the new UK Chancellor's anti-poor budget cuts.

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