The Real News / 13 June 2018

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  • What Do Private Banks Do For The Real Economy?
    (Swiss Referendum 2/3)
    Jo Michell explains the argument in favor of stripping banks of their ability to create money is based on a fundamental misconception of how the monetary and financial system operate and the economy would be more vulnerable without bank-created money
  • Blaming Banks or Government for Not Enforcing Their Side of the Bargain?
    (Swiss Referendum 3/3)
    There is no easy monetary fix for the problems of modern capitalist economies says Jo Michell who argues that deep problems in the economy cannot be solved by trying to control the money supply while nothing is stopping the government from ensuring money gets created for good purposes, including government services and infrastructure
  • Primaries Expose Bitter Fight in Democratic Party
    Down with Tyranny blogger Howie Klein says corporate Democrats fight to undermine and defeat progressive candidates in spite of Sanders’ proven success in working class districts
  • UN to US: Stop Separating Children From Their Parents on the US-Mexico Border
    The U.S. is in serious violation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. As many 700 children have been separated from their parents at the US-Mexico border, some as young as one year old. We speak with ACLU border litigation lawyer Mitra Ebadolahi
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