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By: Micky Lee , Suffolk University. This is a two-part series that discusses how gender can be used as a lens to connect events that occur in different spaces. Two such events are the ongoing China-U. Instead they focus on the nature of women who associate themselves with Epstein.
Women are said to lie and cheat to gain favour in patriarchy. While Epstein used young women as a form of currency between men, the press is only interested in the survivors because of the men with whom they sexually engaged. In early August , disgraced former financier Jeffrey Epstein was found death in his prison cell. Before his suicide, he was awaiting a trial of sex trafficking of minors.
It is not a surprise that the fall of Jeffrey Epstein has attracted so much attention from the public, illicit sex and dirty money are elements of Hollywood movies and gossip magazines. One thing however is missing in the press about Epstein: while his wealth was emphasised, how did the wealth that he acquired reflect the financial markets since the mids when he first became active in trading?
The absence of a historical view of financial markets where Epstein amassed his wealth and influence gave the illusion that the reproduction and circulation of money in financial markets has been the same in the past few decades.
While some may argue that the financial markets in which Epstein made money are not as important as his wealth, this ahistorical view of finance capital implies that the power relations constituted by finance capital remain unchanged as well.