At The Cliff's Edge
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2014-02-05  There's a new section on the website. It's called Books and Pamphlets Online. You can now read some of Doug's longer works in their entirety right here. The first olive out of the jar is At the Cliff's Edge, Doug's prescient look (2006/2007) at the looming disaster that was 2008.

Naturally, Doug puts things in historical context, which is to say that he gives continuity and perspective to the miseries — large and small — that we the 99 percent face. He notes that things don't have to be the way they are. It's up to us to change the state of affairs that torments us.

Jim Cypher, Doug's friend. fellow professor, and former colleague for years on Radio KPFA, wrote Doug that he thought that Cliff's Edge was the best book that Doug has done. It is a great read. And it's just the first olive online, so to speak.

There will be more longer works by Doug on the site soon.

2013-02-10  2013: Essay Number One
Inequality has always been the norm for humans. And with capitalism it has spread increasingly and worsened. Let's look at some of our ugly realities.