A minimal program by S. Artesian

13 May 2013 The Wolf Report: Nonconfidential analysis for the anti-investor

It’s not often that I read the articles on the <a class=”StrictlyAutoTagAnchor” href=”http:///tag/new-york-times/&#8221; title=”View all articles about New here”>New York Times Op-Ed page.  And I can’t remember ever recommending any such article to anyone for any reason.  But today, May 13, 2013,  I read and I recommend “How Austerity Kills” by David Stuckler and Sanjay Basau. 

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The Death Agony of Anti-Imperialism, 2 Egypt, 1 By S. Artesian

17 November, 2012 — Wolf at the Door
 
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1.   The organization of landed property, of the landed estate, and of landed labor in <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>Egypt was driven and determined by that which could not truly be appropriated as property—water.  Water and the lack thereof, regulated, so to speak, the oscillations between scarcity and abundance.  Water and the lack thereof imposed an approximate egalitarianism; a communalism among those who settled along the banks of the Nile, just as water and the lack thereof compelled a rough equality among the Bedouins, the nomads of the desert. Continue reading