The key thing with debt is that it flies in the face of liberal claims to capitalism being about freedom, self determination and liberty.
Like its a direct contradiction, because if you become indebted, especially within the context of precarious living standards in neoliberalism, you have to increasingly commit yourself to work in order to pay off said debt.
So like you can’t say someone has the capacity to self determine when they’re forced to do ‘X’ action to accommodate debt
The Work of a Sculptor Beloved by Margaret Howell and J.W. Anderson
“She is almost always photographed wearing overalls and anorak,” explains assistant curator Inga Fraser of the subject of a new exhibition, “Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for the Modern World,” which opens at the Tate Britain in London this week.
Let’s raise the minimum wage. The 21st century is the age of income inequality. Raising the minimum seems like a pretty course of action given that the United States has become a nation of a very few who have, and the majority have not. Yet, the majority of the right-wing establishment continues to obstruct raising the minimum wage at every level of government. Despite this obstructionism, people…