Article, Volume #5

The Rise and Fall of Superdutch

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Since the dawn of the people’s capitalism, where just about everyone is tied to the ups and downs of the stock market, the concept of the bursting bubble and rapid plume of shares attaining ‘a more realistic level’ has become a wide-spread cultural theme. Not just in financial markets, but in many social domains, we see how certain concepts, brands, and personalities are overvalued or promoted and how, as a consequence, counter-forces oblige them to make a reality check. Hype dies, the public gets distracted, and those who were only recently the center of attention are forgotten for the next big thing.

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Volume #5

Out Now: Volume #5

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The first part of ‘Architecture of Power,’, ‘Power is in the Details’, zooms in on how seemingly minor details can incubate a new kind of sensitivity to the mechanics of power. Volume #5 is the first issue of a series of Volume issues dealing with ‘The Architecture of Power’.

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