Essays on the nightmare before christmas

The conservative crusader is the latest public figure to field uncomfortable inquiries about his Twitter activity: Last month, President Trump’s official account retweeted, then deleted, a user’s post calling him a “fascist.” In 2014, an aide to Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) apologized after retweeting a photo of meat frying on a stove with the caption “hell yeah benihana up in this b—h.” But any public figure or brand, especially ones with staffers managing social accounts, could fall prey to such a predicament. Here’s what experts advised:

The refugee crisis is the product of the capitalist system and requires a socialist solution. Never in history has the contradiction between the ease with which capital flows across borders and the difficulty with which human beings flee across national boundaries been so acute. As the world economy becomes increasingly interconnected through the advent of the Internet, mobile phones and integrated global supply lines, the ruling classes of the so-called democratic countries are increasingly protecting themselves, as Leon Trotsky put it, “by a customs wall and a hedge of bayonets.”

Essays on the nightmare before christmas

essays on the nightmare before christmas

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