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Letters to the editor

We welcome exclusive letters addressed to: the Letters Editor, The Sunday Business Post, 80 Harcourt Street, Dublin 2 or faxed to 01-6796496; e-mail: [email protected]

19th September, 2009

{ "b" : "The trouble with Nama"}

Karl Marx, analysing the French Revolution of 1848, argued that the provisional government should have ‘‘formed a national bank and placed national credit under supervision of the nation’’ (p50, Survey From Exile - New Left Review 1873), to bring the revolution to a successful conclusion.

He went on to argue that subsequent actions by the provisional government - similar to our present government setting up Nama - ‘‘directly...

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