A short paper by Dr. Shlomo Swirski offers insights into the lessons learnt thus far from the corona crisis about the massive aid packages to the wealthy and the large corporations, the plight of small businesses, the stagnancy of public policy, the secret behind the low, pre-corona unemployment rates, the problematics of on-line learning, the meager social security net, the successful lockdown (except for the elderly and school children), tax-starved budgets, the dark corners of the neoliberal model and the occupation – the latter obscured for a fraction of second by the health crisis.
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