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Big Urban Farms

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On October 22, 2012
The inevitable cycle of capitalism continues. Small businesses, designed to have tight community values and reject older ways of capitalism, become the next state of centralized big capitalist development. This time it is with once small urban farms that are growing increasingly larger and more centralized, spurring fears of big growers dominating the urban landscape, […]

UVA

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On June 17, 2012

Updating yesterday’s post that used the firing of Teresa Sullivan, president of the University of Virginia, as a jumping off point for thinking about why we think rich people know how to do ever

Siva Vaidhyanathan has a good piece at Slate about the absurd firing of University of Virginia president Teresa Sullivan. Despite widespread support from the university community, Sullivan was canned last week for reasons that remain unclear, but seem to revolve around her not bringing in enough powerful billionaires to consult about the changes she planned. […]
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