The Jeffersonian conception of Fiscal Federalism is in many respects the result of the shared paradigm between Production for Profit and Production for Utility. It assumes its proper form within the US taxation system as it currently exists. The average… Read More ›
I can’t believe November is almost over. I have yet to find enough time this week to work on the latter half of the latest post. I still intend to finish it this week.
The following post pertains to a key aspect of the US taxation system that has not been explored in sufficient detail back in The Work-Standard (2nd Ed.). I discussed the current US taxation system regarding its obvious economic and fiscal… Read More ›
The historical development of American Suburbia occurred rapidly in the years and decades after 1945. Thanks to cheap Kapital being borrowed at low Interest Rates, Americans were able to afford a higher standard of living commensurate as the rationing on… Read More ›
Back in Part I, I covered the topic of the modes of transportation made possible by the State of Total Mobilization. Most conventional transportation methods came into being throughout the 20th century and can be categorized into three Industries in… Read More ›
The Social Ranking System dares to envisage the hierarchical structures of the Socialist Nation along the lines of merit, achievement and the Quality of Arbeit of each Self’s Vocation. As discussed earlier in Section One, everyone in the Totality begins… Read More ›
Michael Lind (not to be confused with the military theoretician and paleoconservative Robert Lind) is a professor of public policy at the LBJ School of Government at U. Texas, Austin. He’s not a movement conservative or libertarian, but his book… Read More ›
In The Third Place (1st Ed.) as well as The Work-Standard (2nd Ed.), every Entry is written from the position that the nation adopting the Work-Standard is not a “Corporate State.” Unlike the Council State, which represents the political system… Read More ›