Bombshell new book argues that capitalism and democracy are incompatible.
Richard Wolff on how we overcome the drawbacks of American capitalism.
If conservatives thought the new pope was liberal before, just wait until they read this.
'Tis the season of mass consumerism, Bucko.
Oscar-winning director Costa-Gavras does it again with this takedown of big finance.
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My guest this week is Gar Alperovitz, author of "America Beyond Capitalism."
Newt asked: “Is capitalism really about the ability of a handful of rich people to manipulate the lives of thousands of other people and walk off with the money?” Actually, Newt, yes, it is.
What if the bailout actually works, what if the financial sector is saved and the economy returns to the course it was on before the crisis struck? Is that what we want? And what would that world look like? The answer is that it would look like Sarah Palin. Hear me out, this is not a joke.
Nothing’s capitalism’s fault, he says. If there’s a fault, it lies in ourselves.
My guest this week is Naomi Klein, the author of The Shock Doctrine, The Rise of Disaster Capitalism.