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By Charles Bukowski

This can be a very fascinating compilation of letters and poems written via Charles Bukowski. these are scans of his unique writing, it learn like a sluggish revolutionary auto-biography. a few nice poetry too and people letters are interesting in his occasions of utmost indigence... in these days he acknowledged he purely ate a candybar an afternoon, a Pay Day candybar!

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US individualism may contain this reaction. ”96 94 Robert Heilbroner, The Worldly Philosophers (New York: Touchstone, 1999), 168. 95 Berlin, Karl Marx, 109. 96 Martin Wolf, “The Rich Rewards and Poor Prospects of a New Gilded Age,” Financial Times, April 26, 2006, 11. In this column, Wolf cites a “remarkable paper” from two economists at Northwestern University who ask a simple but telling question: “If the US economy 60 61 Midnight in the American Empire It must be stressed lest we are misunderstood: Rugged individualism is not something to be shunned or ashamed of.

Yet the war is still not finished. Those past tyrannies from which we freed ourselves are still very much with us, with one key exception: The costumes have changed. Today, the usurpers hide themselves behind the corporate logo to conceal their undemocratic agenda from much of the world. After all, who would ever suspect that the very organizations that supply so much material pleasures could be responsible, at the same time, for destroying our democratic heritage? 101 Ralph Miliband, The State in Capitalist Society (London: Quartet Books, 1987), 33.

This came with the Supreme Court case First National Bank of Boston v. Bellotti (1978), when it was ruled that corporations have First Amendment rights to the freedom of speech. This decision opened the floodgates of Congress to the corporate lobbyists, turning the representatives of the people into custodians of the corporate purse. And since the people cannot hope to compete with corporate “freedom of speech,” which is based on the simple arithmetic of hard cash, our politicians have become de facto servants of corporate interests.

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