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 Teaching Radical Alternatives 
 Mel Leiman
 For non-profit use only.
Fascinating history of Liberalism and Conservatism: mercantile to industrial to present era. Understanding these terms and how they've changed will help us challenge the assumptions of capitalism and design future systems of democracy WITH justice.
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This is the fourth in a series of lectures by Mel Leiman. This one teaches some vital concept in a way that is accessible to everyone. Given some basic concepts it becomes much easier to understand, for example, how we can have relatively liberal and relatively conservative parties while they both drift to the Right

Mel Leiman is a retired professor of Economics from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton. He is author of the classic text book, "The Political Economy of Racism". He now lives and teaches on Bainbridge Island WA, a 30-min ferry ride from Seattle.

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00:55:09 English 2006-01-20
 Bainbridge Island WA
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Mel Leiman Liberalism & Conservatism  00:55:09  64Kbps mp3
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