Are You Ready To Consider That Capitalism Is The Real Problem?


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Are You Ready To Consider That Capitalism Is The Real Problem? via Instapaper http://bit.ly/2vvIuc7
In February, college sophomore Trevor Hill stood up during a televised town hall meeting in New York and posed a simple question to Nancy Pelosi , the leader of…
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5 days ago by patrick
07.11.17 pov Before you say no, take a moment to really ask yourself whether it’s the system that’s best suited to build our future society. Fifty-one percent…
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7 days ago by fabianmu
Wait, did Fast company get hacked?
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7 days ago by marks
Jason Hickel moving the Overton window: Are You Ready To Consider That Capitalism Is The Real Problem? https://t.co/bzrstp3m7n

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9 days ago by semrys
07.11.17 pov Before you say no, take a moment to really ask yourself whether it’s the system that’s best suited to build our future society. Fifty-one percent…
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11 days ago by mjays
07.11.17 pov Before you say no, take a moment to really ask yourself whether it’s the system that’s best suited to build our future society. Fifty-one percent…
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11 days ago by dylan
Are You Ready To Consider That Capitalism Is The Real Problem?
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12 days ago by kejadlen
Before you say no, take a moment to really ask yourself whether it’s the system that’s best suited to build our future society.
economics  politics 
13 days ago by my-flow
Nice to see the "should we talk about ?" seed planted into capitalist media
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13 days ago by baddeo
Are You Ready To Consider That Capitalism Is The Real Problem?
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14 days ago by kangaroo5383
In February, college sophomore Trevor Hill stood up during a televised town hall meeting in New York and posed a simple question to Nancy Pelosi , the leader of…
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14 days ago by kohlmannj
Before you say no, take a moment to really ask yourself whether it’s the system that’s best suited to build our future society.
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14 days ago by jorgebarba
RT : Global GDP has grown 630% since 1980, and in that same time, inequality, poverty, and hunger have all risen.
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14 days ago by aredridel
RT : Global GDP has grown 630% since 1980, and in that same time, inequality, poverty, and hunger have all risen.
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14 days ago by antifuchs
Are You Ready To Consider That Capitalism Is The Real Problem? 🤔
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15 days ago by kcarruthers
RT : boy was i not expecting to see this in fast company
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15 days ago by smith
This story reflects the views of this author, but not necessarily the editorial position of Fast Company. via Pocket
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15 days ago by leolobato
WHY IS THIS IN FAST COMPANY
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15 days ago by Laurenbacon
Are you ready to consider that capitalism is the real problem?
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15 days ago by Beaver909
We also see this plan in the idea that corporations have a fid
15 days ago by mose
There is an imperative to grow GDP, everywhere, year on year, at a compound rate, even though we know that GDP growth, on its own, does nothing to reduce poverty or to make people happier or healthier. Global GDP has grown 630% since 1980, and in that same time, by some measures, inequality, poverty, and hunger have all risen. People want health care and education to be social goods, not market commodities, so we can choose to put public goods back in public hands. People want the fruits of production and the yields of our generous planet to benefit everyone, rather than being siphoned up by the super-rich, so we can change tax laws and introduce potentially transformative measures like a universal basic income. People want to live in balance with the environment on which we all depend for our survival; so we can adopt regenerative agricultural solutions and even choose, as Ecuador did in 2008, to recognize in law, at the level of the nation’s constitution, that nature has “the right to exist, persist, maintain, and regenerate its vital cycles.”
Jason  Hickel  Martin  Kirk  Capitalism  Socialism  Activism  Economics 
15 days ago by dbourn
The choice is stark, and it seems people are waking up to it in large numbers: Either we evolve into a future beyond capitalism, or we won’t have a future at all.
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16 days ago by cynddl
Before you say no, take a moment to really ask yourself whether it’s the system that’s best suited to build our future society.
16 days ago by jokela
This story reflects the views of this author, but not necessarily the editorial position of Fast Company.
16 days ago by fling