Henwood, editor of the Left Business Observer, has some interesting things to say about the late-'90s hype in After the New Economy, but his critique of the actual U.
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LBO stands for Left Business Observer
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Lost in all the "cacophony" (I would call it chicanery) were pieces in The Nation, Harpers, Left Business Observer.
Left Business Observer editor Doug Henwood points out that $10,000 invested in the market in 1937 would have yielded $250,000 thirty years later, while $10,000 invested in 1972 would yield $73,000 today.
Doug Henwood of the Left Business Observer characterized the DLC's bizarre notion of tough-minded pragmatism, as embodied in President Piggly Wiggly, most succinctly: "Alternate weakly progressive rhetoric with weakly reactionary rhetoric - the don't-ask-don't-tell idiocy on same-sexers in the military on the one hand, the revolting Quayle-like family values crap on the other - and do little of substance.
[Paragraph] His plan to boost the taxes paid by relatively well-off Social Security recipients "looks like the next step in a plan to chip away at Social Security from the top and turn it into a means-tested welfare program," as Doug Henwood pointed out in Left Business Observer.