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Poll: An end of free market ideology, beginning of new world order?


Posted: Dec 8, 2008

Of the 128 of you who voted on the question “Is the current meltdown the end of free market ideology and a new start for global social democracy?,” only 29% agreed “Yes, this is a phase transition in the global political economy.”

31% said “No, the struggle goes on, although the Left will make some gains;” 14% said “No, just an adjustment; no effect on rise of free market ideology,” and 26% said “Feh, the Singularity will soon make politics and economics irrelevant.”


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