Editors' Blog

Too Big to Fail? The Bigger They Are...

We hear a lot lately about corporations (e.g. banks) that are 'too big to fail', in other words, companies that have become so large that they are 'structurally important', they have become a part of the fabric of society to the extent that their failure might be, at least in the eyes of the powerful, catastrophic.

Class and Crisis, notes

A class doesn't necessarily know what its own interests are, but it acts on its own interests, or what it thinks they are.

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