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Social Justice and its Critics

Tag: Inequality

Anti-Capitalist Chronicles: The Significance of China in the Global Economy
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Anti-Capitalist Chronicles: The Significance of China in the Global Economy

This is David Harvey and you’re listening to the Anti-Capitalist Chronicles: a podcast that looks at capitalism through a Marxist lens. This podcast is made possible by Democracy at Work. On January 2nd, 2019, after the stock market was closed,

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Richard Wolff on the Concentration of Corporate Power
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Richard Wolff on the Concentration of Corporate Power

20 years ago there were approximately seven or eight thousand corporations, public companies, in the United States. Today there’s half that number. Why? Because they have concentrated. Many have become fewer. The typical corporation is therefore much larger. The Board

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How American CEOs got so rich
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How American CEOs got so rich

On October 24, 1929, the American stock market crashed. The New York Stock exchange is in a panic! Frantic investors have scrambled to unload their stocks Fortunes disappeared overnight, and the value of American companies tanked. But the people in

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Richard Wolff and Lee Carter on what’s it’s like to be an elected socialist in American government
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Richard Wolff and Lee Carter on what’s it’s like to be an elected socialist in American government

[CARTER] Well, you know I am the only socialist elected to the Virginia General Assembly. The chamber I’m in has a Republican majority. Tt’s the narrowest of Republican majorities. It’s a 51/49 chamber. But what I found is that my

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