All Articles on Capitalism

"It is only when we stand for something, including reparations for African-Americans, that we have a chance to dismantle corporate tyranny." (Photo: Mr. Fish/Truthdig) Views
The Con of Diversity
Diversity in the hands of the white power elites—political and corporate—is an advertising gimmick
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"In addition to the meager pay, most have no benefits, no job security, no government regulations backing them, and usually a longer work day, with many young people putting in 10- to 12-hour days for $13 per hour or less." (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) Views
The "Jobs for Everyone" Fantasy
The super-capitalists want us to believe that they know what they're talking about.
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"For some of us, we will think back and remember how we used to do things before the ubiquitous presence of plastic, but many of us are young enough that we can’t visualize our lives without plastic encasing everything."(Photo by Laura Lezza/Getty Images) Views
Our Throw-Away Society
We are at a crossroads not just for the health of our planet, but also for the health of our society.
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Puerto Rican Day Parade Calls Attention to Plight of Hurricane Victims and Demands End to Deadly Austerity
"This is a very important parade and a very meaningful parade given the tragedy and the devastation of the homeland."
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"The official death toll still stands at 64, but the new study estimates a death toll of at least 4,645, with some projections topping 5,700." (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) News
Naomi Klein: 4,645 Deaths in Puerto Rico From Hurricane Maria Were "State-Sponsored Mass Killing"
"Maybe there was not the intent to kill, but there is the knowledge that the infrastructure was being destroyed."
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Why the Only Answer is to Break Up the Biggest Wall Street Banks
If you took the greed out of Wall Street... all you'd have left is pavement
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U.S. CEOs average over quadruple the global major corporate CEO average, with $14.25 million in annual pay and a 401 index value. (Photo: Rob Hyrons/Shutterstock) Views
U.S. CEOs Are World’s Best – For Themselves
How can the same marketplace value the labor of U.S. CEOs so much more highly than the labor of CEOs from other nations?
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Humans Less Than 1% of Life on Earth, But Have Destroyed Half of Its Plants, More Than 80% of All Mammals
"It is pretty staggering," said the lead researcher of the new study
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"Imagine ending the game." (Common Dreams: CC BY-SA 3.0 US) Views
The Game Never Named, the Addendum Never Spoken
The preservation of capitalism.
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"A mighty movement of parents, students, and teachers has risen up to boycott and opt out of these tests as a way to reclaim public education and fight for authentic forms of assessment." (Photo: AP/file) Views
Teachers and Parents of Puerto Rico Launch Historic Strike & Boycott Against Standardized Testing
Spread the word: “We want a just, equitable world for our children.”
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