The Crisis of the Conservatives’ Crew-Neck Capitalism

David Beer, a Professor of Sociology at the University of York, recently highlighted the ominous mirage of 'crew-neck capitalism.' "Capitalism has long been defined by collars," he explained. "Blue or white: collars have crudely demarcated belonging, status and position. A different collars is now taking...

Is the American Dichotomy of Conservativism and Liberalism a Lie?

Much of the American media coverage of political happenings seems centered around the groupings of 'liberals' and 'conservatives.' For the most part, Democrats are considered more liberal, while Republicans conservative. Regardless of any American’s ideology, this categorisation is not only simplistic, but also inaccurate. And it’s...