This paper by Eckhard Hein is, in my opinion, an invaluable guide for assessing the degree to which a synthesis can be constructed between the insights of Marxian political economy, Keynes' (long period) theory of effective demand, and Sraffa's price model, in which the conventional rate of interest is exogenous. Hein provides an articulate framework for how to conceive the foundations for a Classical-Keynesian political economy research program.
Is your washroom breeding Bolsheviks?
One of my posters, of an old Scot Tissue Towels ad. *Technically, this is more a funny ad than a propaganda poster, but I'm putting it in my propaganda poster set, anyway.
“This is the story, the fantastically true story of Herbert A. Philbrick, who for nine frightening years, did lead three lives…average citizen, high level member of the Communist Party, and counterspy for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. For obvious reasons, the names, dates and places have been changed, but the story is based on fact.” --Original opening narration to I Led Three Lives In the fall of 1953 I Led Three Lives, the television series adaptation of Herbert A. Philbrick’s…
Red Scare - TV Tropes
The Red Scare trope as used in popular culture. The communist menace. The Hammer and Sickle. Formerly a common villain source for Big Bad or henchmen …