Like emperor Aurengzaib, Imran Khan is fighting on multiple fronts, immiserating
the lives of millions and burdening people with more taxes.
It is believed that many rank-and-file workers in the Venezuelan oil industry are, like their fellow citizens, suffering from the immiserating
effects of the current economic crisis, including widespread malnutrition and hunger resulting from the current severe food shortages.
When Barack Obama was competing for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2008, he seemed to understand the role that corporate concentration was playing in immiserating
much of rural America.
Marriage is portrayed as an even more immiserating
, and immuring, force in La souriante Madame Beudet (The Smiling Madame Beudet, 1923).
Around 2010, the Greek state budget was again being transformed into a fantasy of frugality and accountability that would make the Greeks better off by immiserating
We could continue with May as the guiding hand in home affairs, and make our peace with an unworkable, immoral and unjust policy immiserating
the lives of migrants who have enriched this country.
It could continue with May as the guiding hand in home affairs, and make peace with an unworkable, immoral and unjust policy immiserating
the lives of migrants who have enriched the country.
The first is that incessant innovation in robotics and artificial intelligence may generate an immiserating
The high Black infant mortality in Milwaukee is an indicator that the Black community is experiencing immiserating
He criticized Britain's 1834 Poor Laws (the welfare policies of the day) as sustaining those who would otherwise perish, thereby depleting resources and immiserating
However, as capital expands, it's alienating and immiserating
tendencies deepen and become more complete rendering the need for ideological indoctrination through schooling and culture a growing and necessary, but unproductive, cost of production and circulation.