Has capitalism’s crises reached a tipping point?

BY:John Bachtell| June 8, 2017 | Download PDF
Has capitalism’s crises reached a tipping point?

Several crises of contemporary capitalism have reached or are reaching dangerous tipping points. They are rooted in a path of destructive and unsustainable development.  Get PDF here.

They include extreme wealth and social inequality, job loss and dislocation from automation, and the existential threat posed by the ecological crisis.

These interconnected crises are impacting everything and must be addressed together. And they can be.

But standing in the way are Trump, the GOP and extreme right, and their main support base: monopoly-finance capital, the fossil fuel industry, and the military-industrial complex. Their agenda is intensifying these crises and must be defeated. Read more.

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Comments (3)

Jay | August 14, 2017 at 2:05 PM

Good work! How can I obtain copies of this for distribution?

Dan W. | August 12, 2017 at 5:32 PM

Nice work. I plan to share it, and hope to see more like it in the future.

James Bailey | August 12, 2017 at 2:45 PM

Certainly, we’re seeing the crisis of capitalism unfold before us. Like over ripe fruit, it shall fall to the ground.

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