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May 16, 2005

The incoming word from the Uncapitalists:

It's that time of the week again: the unruly mob of uncapitalist nay-sayers are beseiging the blog-o-sphere. There will, as the ILWU president told Seattle protesters, be no business as usual today. Throw on a hoodie and keffiyeh, because this is Carnival of the Uncapitalists.

Interesting posts of the week include:

  • Red Harvest looks at the winners and losers in United Airlines' ongoing bankruptcy meltdown.
  • The Mutualist blog, the blogosphere's home of free-market anti-capitalism, takes a look at how the U.S. health-care industry may be considered to be a "radical monopoly," and notes "making something a 'right' that requires labor to produce also carries another implication: slavery."

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