Chris Hedges: The Company Town

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Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges

teleSUR English on Feb 8, 2016

In this episode of Days of Revolt, host Chris Hedges sits down with two residents of agribusiness capital Salinas, California: civil rights attorney Anthony Prince and radical councilman José Castañeda. Together, the two have been fighting against the corporatization of Salinas’ political system, and its impact on agricultural workers and other residents. Hedges and his guests discuss the city’s growing homeless population, and the ways in which Prince and Castañeda have been able to make a difference.


from the archives:

They Poisoned A City by Dorian Bon

Chris Hedges: The Death of the American City

Plutocracy: Political Repression in the U.S.A. (must-see)

20 People Now Richer Than Half Of America by Dariel Garner

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  4. This is so far beyond scandalous, it is nothing short of extreme fascism. After Milton’s Paradise Lost, only Blake can come close to encapsulating such a treacherous state of affairs:

    O Rose thou art sick.
    The invisible worm,
    That flies in the night
    In the howling storm:

    Has found out thy bed
    Of crimson joy:
    And his dark secret love
    Does thy life destroy.

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