Selected Articles: Social, Political and Economic Crisis in the United States

THE US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN:  The Final Four Or More?U.S. Campaign 2016: Searching for Democracy in a Broken System

By Michael Welch, Mark Robinowitz, and William Blum, March 20 2016

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Hillary Clinton has a close relationship with the world's top arms companies. | Photo: Reuters This content was originally published by teleSUR at the following address: "". If you intend to use it, please cite the source and provide a link to the original article. “Coal Will Be Part of the Energy Mix for Years to Come, Both in the U.S. and around the World.”

By Eric Zuesse, March 21 2016

The “Down with Tyranny” blog quotes Hillary Clinton’s statement in a recent letter to Democratic U.S. Senator from West Virginia, Joe Manchin, assuring him that as President she won’t be overly aggressive to reduce the coal industry, because coal-mining jobs are at stake; thus: “Coal will be part of the energy mix for years to come, both in the U.S. and around the world.”

republicansdemocratsAmerican Democracy Struggles To Recover From Betrayal

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, March 21 2016

Despite the shortcomings of the candidates for the Republican and Democratic presidential nominations, I see some hope in the strong support that voters are showing for the two non-establishment candidates.

obama_cubaChe Guevara’s Son on Obama’s Historic Cuba Visit: “Let’s See”

By Andrea Germanos, March 21 2016

Rights experts caution against US hypocrisy on human rights abuses Days ahead of President Barack Obama’s trip to Cuba, the oldest son of revolutionary Ernesto “Che” Guevara has expressed mixed feelings about the historic visit.

recessionEconomic Crisis in America: Entire Regions of US Will Remain in Recession until the 2020s. Study

By Jerry White, March 21 2016

A new study by a University of California-Berkeley economist says that at current sluggish levels of job growth, entire regions of the United States, which were hit hardest by the Great Recession will not return to “normal” employment levels until the 2020s.

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