What, besides something unspeakably racist, could George Bush have had in mind when, in campaigning against Ronald Reagan for the Republican Party nomination for President in 1980, he used the phrase “Voodoo economics” to describe Reagan’s plan for strengthening U.S. CAPITAL? Mindful that Bush would later adopt such policies as his own, the Black Madonna Durkheim gave me several texts on Voodoo by Zora Neale Hurston (among others), saying, “You white folks should remember that ecstatic religious forms continued in this country long after you genocided the Native Americans.” She suggested I look into the matter.
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- Meta-Voodoo Economics the Materiality of Cybernetic Culture
- Macmillan Education UK
- Chapter Twelve