"The 15-hour working week predicted by Keynes may soon be within our grasp - but are we ready for freedom from toil?""An escape from what Keynes called the tunnel of economic necessity is still open to us. Yet it will require changes in the economic structures that drive the chase for money and in the attitudes shaped by a culture of consumption. After decades of finance-driven capitalism, it takes an effort to recall that such changes ever seemed possible. "
Of Romney's 844 vetoes, 707 were overridden by the legislature, some unanimously. Romney vetoed money for housing the homeless, vetoed a bill honoring a student's right not to dissect animals, vetoed a raise in the minimum wage. A company on whose board he served was fined 83 million dollars for Medicare fraud. He was accused of tax evasion in preparing Marriott International's tax forms.
Merck officials claim the practice is not uncommon throughout the pharmaceutical industry and that Ross’s conclusion that the authors named in these publications don’t actually participate adequately is false