Monthly Archives January 2018

Wow, Robinhood now has more than 1,000,000 sign ups for crypto… • r/Bitcoin

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Wow, Robinhood now has more than 1,000,000 sign ups for crypto… • r/Bitcoin

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U S Demands to Assassinate Assange

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U S Demands to Assassinate Assange

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The secret US prisons you’ve never heard of before | Will Potter

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The secret US prisons you’ve never heard of before | Will Potter

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Glenn Greenwald: Why privacy matters

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Glenn Greenwald: Why privacy matters

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Roger Finds out about Lightning Network

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Roger Finds out about Lightning Network

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Japan’s Largest Consumer Electronics Chain Now Accepts Bitcoin | Finance Magnates

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Japan’s Largest Consumer Electronics Chain Now Accepts Bitcoin | Finance Magnates

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U.S.-Backed Saudi Attack on Yemen: * Media Blackout * Public Opposition | Accuracy.Org

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U.S.-Backed Saudi Attack on Yemen: * Media Blackout * Public Opposition | Accuracy.Org

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Bitcoin Q&A: The price of losing privacy

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Bitcoin Q&A: The price of losing privacy

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The new deal didn’t prolong the depression. unemployment was falling even before the war started it just didn’t completely recover until the war. Most of the Data that FDR’s critics use comes from Stanley Lebergott,’s numbers on employment but Stanley Lebergot didn’t count all of the people working in government projects under the new deal. When you add the jobs he excluded back into the Graph it shows that unemployment began to fall before the war started. The 37 recession was ironically caused by all the things conservative economist would advocate. Reigning in Federal spending and trying to balance the budget.

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(Very) short reading list: unemployment in the 1930s.

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(Very) short reading list: unemployment in the 1930s.

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