Archive for June, 2009
This is the third programme in the series, and hosted by Donagh of this blog and Irish Left Review.
There were ten issues of Gralton published from 1982-83, and three issues of Z Magazine, all in 1989.
Looking Left 003 from DCTV on Vimeo.
For online copies of Z Magazine, and issue one of Gralton, see below.
It seems that every where I look today there are websites filled with kind words about famous people who’ve recently died. It’s grim. Of course, there’s Farrah, Michael, and the former NME writer Swells. But now there’s Giovanni Arrighi to add to the list. He passed away on June 24th last.
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Sli Eile on Progressive Economy has already mentioned this but I think it is worth putting up here too. Michael Casey, him formerly of the Central Bank has said that instead of a stimulus package we have gone in the other direction and that it could be ‘the worst own goal in our history’.
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It’s only been a year, but let us not forget that when it comes to cutting social welfare as a form of economic “pragmatism”, this is the Irish Times with some typical “pragmatic” economic advice.
From 4 April 2008.
“BUYING A HOUSE CAN NOW BEAT RENTING
AFFORDABILITY FOR first-time buyers continues to improve as house prices fall, according […]