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  • Bakunin October 2011 +1 -1
    After months of negotiation I decided to accept the opportunity to start blogging on "alternative perspectives" for AMERICAN BANKER (yes, the newspaper of record for the financial industry). After four decades of activism; much of its as an active anarchist filmmaker, I thought this would be a great opportunity. I'm hoping that a real agenda will emerge touching on a number of issues: Foreclosure prevention is my current focus (and the focus of a film that's now been two years in production). I've laid out my thinking in this first of, hopefully, many weekly AB posts. Here's the first, on-line now