Wadi’h Halabi


LATEST ARTICLES BY Wadi’h Halabi

  • Opinion
    The global attack on pensions

    The global attack on pensions

    August 29, 2003 By Wadi’h Halabi

    People Before Profits Wall Street seeks it. George W. Bush is eyeing it. The managements of Bethlehem Steel and LTV have done it. Those of United and Northwest Airlines are pushing it. Japanese insurers are doing...

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  • U.S.
    Falling profits and war

    Falling profits and war

    August 1, 2003 By Wadi’h Halabi

    Falling profits impel capitalists to war as surely as thirst drives donkeys to water. 2001 witnessed a 54 percent drop in the profits of the Fortune “Global 500,” the world’s 500 largest corporations.

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  • Opinion
    Marxism and prices

    Marxism and prices

    June 6, 2003 By Wadi’h Halabi

    The sky-high prices of housing, fuel, medicines and many other necessities raise the question: How are prices really set? The answer has profound implications for billions of people worldwide – and for the class struggle.

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  • World
    Debt bondage
Debt bondage

    Debt bondage Debt bondage

    April 17, 2003 By Wadi’h Halabi

    The burden of unpayable debt is rising rapidly worldwide. In the U.S., household debt leaped from 65 percent of income in 1975 to more than 100 percent in 2001. Bankruptcies, individual and corporate, are near records.

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  • PrintEditions
    The United Airlines bankruptcy

    The United Airlines bankruptcy

    December 19, 2002 By Wadi’h Halabi

    On Dec. 9, United Airlines, the world’s second largest, filed for bankruptcy. USAir, Swissair and Sabena preceded it to court this year.

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