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Mon Mar 9, 2015, 04:19 PM

Professor Richard Wolff on Recession, Economic Recovery in the U.S.





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Reply Professor Richard Wolff on Recession, Economic Recovery in the U.S. (Original post)
marmar Mar 2015 OP
uhnope Mar 2015 #1
cantbeserious Mar 2015 #2
uhnope Mar 2015 #3
cantbeserious Mar 2015 #4
PotatoChip Mar 2015 #5

Response to marmar (Original post)

Mon Mar 9, 2015, 05:07 PM

1. and Wolff's solution is what?

 

Wolff's solution is some kind of violent revolution he thinks is going to happen when the greedy and corrupt will no longer rule. That's what he says here in this video at 9:30
http://rdwolff.com/content/eu-1-big-scam-ukraine-its-next-victim

I also despise the rise of corporate and 1% power, the stagnant wages and other concerns in this video but when I look into Wolff's proposals etc he kind ends up sounding like a kook. A harmless one, I suppose.

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Response to uhnope (Reply #1)

Mon Mar 9, 2015, 05:21 PM

2. Wolff's Solution - Democracy At Work - www.democracyatwork.info - No Violent revoltion

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Response to cantbeserious (Reply #2)

Mon Mar 9, 2015, 05:29 PM

3. thanks, can you summarize it?

 

I saw one Wolff video where he seemed to be simply proposing a Marxist plan for reorganizing the American workforce.

Or are his views more moderate? Do employee-owned and run businesses, like the insurance giant USAA that doesn't have shareholders, get the OK from Wolff?

Curious.

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Response to uhnope (Reply #3)

Mon Mar 9, 2015, 05:43 PM

4. No - The Employees Must Be Part Of The Decision Making Process - As In Some Parts Of Eurorope

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Response to marmar (Original post)

Tue Mar 10, 2015, 11:24 AM

5. K&R

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