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Sheldon Richman, editor of the libertarian journal, The Freeman, also sees the IMF imposing “ corporatist-flavored ‘ neoliberalism ’ on the troubled countries of the world .” The policies of spending cuts coupled with tax increases give “ real market reform a bad name and set back the cause of genuine liberalism .” Paternalistic supranational bureaucrats foster “ long-term dependency, perpetual indebtedness, moral hazard, and politicization, while discrediting market reform and forestalling revolutionary liberal change .” Free market economist Richard M. Salsman goes further and argues the IMF “ is a destructive, crisis-generating global welfare agency that should be abolished .” “ In return for bailouts, countries must enact such measures as new taxes, high interest rates, nationalizations, deportations, and price controls .” Writing in Forbes, E. D. Kain sees the IMF as " paving the way for international corporations entrance into various developing nations " and creating dependency.
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Sheldon Richman notes that " he came of age during the Napoleonic wars, with their extensive government intervention in economic affairs.
" Reviewer Sheldon Richman explains that for Shahak, Zionism was both a reflection of, and capitulation to, European antisemitism, " since it, like the anti-Semites, holds that Jews are everywhere aliens who would best be isolated from the rest of the world.
Commentators, such as the historian Richard Pipes, the philosopher Michael Polanyi, and the economists such as Paul Craig Roberts or Sheldon L. Richman, have argued that War communism was actually an attempt immediately to eliminate private property, commodity production and market exchange, and in that way to implement communist economics, and that the Bolshevik leaders expected an immediate and large scale increase in economic output.
According to Sheldon Richman, " n the 19th and early 20th centuries, ' socialism ' did not exclusively mean collective or government ownership of the means or production but was an umbrella term for anyone who believed labor was cheated out of its natural product under historical capitalism.
Some paleoconservative and libertarian writers, such as Paul Craig Roberts, William Lind, Sheldon Richman and Anthony Gregory are also regularly published in CounterPunch.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled against Armstrong, sayingWe therefore conclude that the Senate did not exceed its authority under the origination clause when it proposed the extensive amendments that ultimately became TEFRA. In 1988, libertarian political writer Sheldon Richman described TEFRA as " the largest tax increase in American history.
Sheldon Richman is an American political writer and academic, best known for his advocacy of libertarianism, in particular left-libertarianism or market anarchism.
In response to Knight's platform, journalist Sheldon Richman argues that humans are " active agents " and can change their behavior.
It is typically linked with the thought of scholars including Kevin Carson, Roderick T. Long, Charles Johnson, Brad Spangler, Samuel Edward Konkin III, Sheldon Richman, Chris Matthew Sciabarra, Arthur Silber, and Gary Chartier.
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Detective Comics Inc. soon launched a fourth title, Action Comics, and the premiere of which introduced Superman ( a character with which Wheeler-Nicholson had no direct involvement ; editor Vin Sullivan chose to run the feature after Sheldon Mayer rescued it from the slush pile ).
Sheldon Rampton ( born August 4, 1957 ) was the American editor of PR Watch, and is the author of several books that criticize the public relations industry and what he sees as other forms of corporate and government propaganda.
In the pages of All-Star Comics # 3, under the direction of editor Sheldon Mayer and with artists including E. E. Hibbard, Fox created the first superhero team, the Justice Society of America.
Conceived by editor Sheldon Mayer and writer Gardner Fox, the JSA first appeared in All Star Comics # 3 ( Winter 1940 ).
Brooks then went on to write episodes of That Girl, The Andy Griffith Show and My Three Sons before Sheldon Leonard hired him as a story editor on My Friend Tony.
In 1964, he and Anne Francis guest starred in the episode " Hideout " of CBS's short-lived drama The Reporter, starring Harry Guardino in the title role as New York City journalist Danny Taylor, with Gary Merrill as city editor Lou Sheldon.
John P. Sheldon of the Detroit Gazette, Burt's newspaper editor friend, furnished the typeface letters from the newspaper company for Burt's first typographer to be able to type the first letter ever written on a typewriter.
In 1964, he starred as city editor Lou Sheldon, in the short-lived CBS drama about the fictitious New York Globe, The Reporter, with Harry Guardino in the title role as journalist Danny Taylor.
He graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Harvard International Law Journal and a recipient of the Frederick Sheldon Traveling Fellowship.
In 1940 he provided some work for Sheldon Mayer, an editor at All-American Publications, one of three companies that ultimately merged to form the present-day DC Comics.
The New York Times quoted his former editor Sheldon Mayer, "... Barnouw had an eye for the scoundrels, and the fakes, and the dangerous people.
Joe Orlando and Carmine Infantino came up with the name and basic premise of the loner whose family had been wiped out by murderous thugs, and then brought in Sheldon Mayer ( former DC editor and creator of Sugar and Spike ) and Sergio Aragonés to further flesh out the concept.
The sitcom was co-produced by the British ATV Network and American producer Sheldon Leonard ; it starred Shirley MacLaine as a photojournalist and John Gregson as her editor.
Packaged by Max Gaines and editor Sheldon Mayer, it ran 64 issues ( cover-dated Oct. 1936-May 1942 ).
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The journal was founded in 1974 by Wayne Booth, Arthur Heiserman and Sheldon Sacks, and is currently edited by W. J. T. Mitchell.
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As like the previous iBuy Head of Broadcasting, Andy Sheldon, Freeman will in fact be moving over to HSN for employment in the USA.
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The cast also comprised Alan Reed, Luis Van Rooten, Joseph Du Val, Gerald Mohr, Frank Lovejoy, Herb Vigran, Sheldon Leonard, William Conrad, Jeff Chandler, Lionel Stander, Sidney Miller, Olive Deering and Joe De Santis.
After the death of Mary Hastings Bradley in 1976, " Tiptree " mentioned in a letter that his mother, also a writer, had died in Chicago — details that led inquiring fans to find the obituary, with its reference to Alice Sheldon ; soon all was revealed.
The screenplay, by Sidney Sheldon ( who also directed the film ), was vaguely based on his life, but contained many factual errors and merged his three wives into one character.
The serial stars Pearl White ( who also starred in The Perils of Pauline ), Arnold Daly, Sheldon Lewis, Creighton Hale and Riley Hatch.
Northwest Iowa Community College is also in Sioux County though it is most often associated with community of Sheldon in O ' Brien County.
MacArthur also co-wrote, with Edward Sheldon, a play called Lulu Belle, which was successfully staged in 1926 by David Belasco.
Director James Sheldon was also contracted to finish episodes that had been partly completed by Kern in order to complete that season.
Anonymity is directly related to the concept of obscurantism or pseudonymity, where an artist or group attempts to remain anonymous, for various reasons, not limited to: adding an element of mystique to themselves and / or their work, attempting to avoid what is known as the " cult of personality " or hero worship, where the charisma, good looks, wealth and / or other unrelated or mildly related aspects of the person ( s ) is the main reason for interest in their work, rather than the work itself ; also the ability to break into a field or area of interest normally dominated by males, such as James Tiptree, Jr, the famous science fiction author who was actually a woman named Alice Bradley Sheldon, as seems to also be the case with JT LeRoy.
Commentary is also provided by film experts and historians such as John Carpenter, John Milius, Alex Cox, film historian and Leone biographer Sir Christopher Frayling, Dr. Sheldon Hall, as well as actors Claudia Cardinale and Gabriele Ferzetti, and director Bernardo Bertolucci, a co-writer of the film.
The Phantom Tollbooth was also adapted into a musical by Norton Juster and Sheldon Harnick, with lyrics by Sheldon Harnick and music composed by Arnold Black.
Sheldon already held the living of Hackney, received that of Oddington, Oxfordshire at about the same time as Ickford, and at some time also that of Newington, Oxfordshire.
David Sheldon, aka The Angel of Death, also got involved, and orchestrated a four-on-two gangup on both Kerry and Adams with Kevin handcuffed to the ring rope.
Carlson, along with co-editor Sheldon Greaves, Ph. D., also created The Amateur Scientist -- The Complete Collection, a CD-ROM containing all the articles in a fully text-searchable HTML format.
The series was created by Aaron Ruben, who also produced the show with Sheldon Leonard and Ronald Jacobs.