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Noam Chomsky: 'If you don't push the lever for the Democrats, you are assisting Trump'

Aligning finance with people and planet Expanding democratic ownership

One of [the Next System Project’s] proposals that makes great sense is to expand the postal service into general services for people, like banking. It is a perfect way to do banking — not commercial banking, JPMorgan Chase giving someone $2 billion — but the kind of banking we all do. It would be easy to do it through the post office. There are post offices everywhere, the staff is already there, the infrastructure is there. Much of what we do can happen through socialized institutions, which people are surprisingly favorable to.

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Publication date: 2020-10-17
Publisher: AlterNet
Publication URL: Noam Chomsky: 'If you don't push the lever for the Democrats, you are assisting Trump'

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