Was Karl Marx right? | The Economist

Karl Marx is often described as one of the greatest thinkers of the 19th century. His writings have inspired revolutions, and generated centuries of fierce debate. Born in Prussia, now Germany, in May 1818, Marx believed that capitalism, which was in its infancy at the time, had serious flaws. Marx claimed that in pursuit of […]

Meg Kinnard and Jamie Lovegrove Talk Politics

Welcome to This Week In South Carolina. I’m Gavin Jackson. Campaign season is heating up especially in South Carolina where Democratic candidates continue to visit the first in the south primary state but that’s not all. Last week, former governor, Mark Sanford announced he would run against the president Donald Trump in the Republican primary. […]

Remembering Ernest Hollings

Welcome to This Week In South Carolina I’m Gavin Jackson. This past week former governor and United States senator Ernest Fritz Hollings passed away he was a giant in South Carolina politics and we devote this episode to looking back at his life and his legacy. How do you want to be remembered? For working […]

Gerrymandering Explained #gerrymandering

gerrymandering gerrymandered is how it should be pronounced some people say jerry but it was gary ger ry in simple terms this is the process of giving one political party advantage over another political party by redrawing district lines these political district lines are drawn by the state legislature in approved by the governor rewinding […]

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