Ending Capitalism Is Not Enough by Eric Schechter

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by Eric Schechter aka LeftyMathProf
Writer, Dandelion Salad
Eric’s Rants and Videos blog
January 22, 2019, revised March 12, 2019

leftymathprof on Mar 12, 2019

The world is falling apart, and reforms won’t suffice. “End capitalism” is a good start, but ultimately too simple an explanation. We need to end hierarchy and property, because they concentrate power, which corrupts. Separate property requires markets, which cause increasing inequality, alienation, and externalities. The externalities include war, poverty, and climate change. Climate change will kill us all soon if continued.

Transcript and related links at Eric’s Rants and Videos blog.

from the archives:

The United States of Greed and Bullies

Going Horizontal: Written for Workplaces; Perfect for Activists by Rivera Sun

Amazon Is the New Factory

The Root Problem by Eric Schechter

Chris Hedges: Late Stage Capitalism Is Killing America, Parts 1-3

Caleb Maupin: Socialism Will Save America!

Michael Parenti: Marxists vs Liberals on Capitalism

What is Private Property? by The Anti-Social Socialist

What Would Socialism Be Like? by Leela Yellesetty (must-read)

Socialism: Creating a World to Change Our Lives by Sam Friedman

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