Another epigraph

“The strong connection between diagnosis and political action cannot be ignored,” says Harvey, and I claim this is the key point for the current age. We are in the grip of capital, more than we know, and it is very difficult to see a way out.


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  1. A point my friend made, on the doubletalk in a letter from his representative:

    “I’m also captivated by the way the death of Net Neutrality is cloaked in a language of innovation and freedom, never mind that ISPs were slowing down access to particular sites, prioritizing and selectively providing service to different areas, and monitoring activity so as to limit competition.”

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