Loss of a guy who called out the profiteers, courtier economists and politicians by asking why massive technology growth is not leading to better lives for all. David Graeber, Caustic Critic of Inequality, Is Dead at 59
„Instead, technology has been marshaled, if anything, to figure out ways to make us all work more. Huge swaths of people, in Europe and North America in particular, spend their entire working lives performing tasks they believe to be unnecessary.“
David Graeber, a radical anthropologist, provocative critic of economic and social inequality and self-proclaimed anarchist who was a force in the Occupy Wall Street movement, has died at 59
David Graeber, a radical anthropologist, provocative critic of economic and social inequality and self-proclaimed anarchist who was a force in the Occupy Wall Street movement, has died at 59
Mr. Graebar, a provocative critic of economic and social inequality, was a coiner of “We Are the 99 Percent,” the slogan of the Occupy Wall Street movement
RIP, , a relentless and persuasive critic of apparently immutable institutional structures. The opening of his “Debt” book, calling economists to task for their completely wrong origin story of "money from barter," is a good place to start.