Chris Hedges: The Tyranny of the Corporate Workplace

What is Wage Slavery?

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Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges

RT America on Sep 14, 2019

Host Chris Hedges talks to Elizabeth Anderson, professor of philosophy at University of Michigan, about the tyranny of the corporate workplace from non-disclosure agreements to punitive, restrictive work conditions and censorship. Their discussion comes as California lawmakers passed landmark legislation challenging the business model of “gig-economy” companies forcing companies to reclassify certain contract workers as employees.

Anderson’s new book Private Government: How Employers Rule Our Lives (and Why We Don’t Talk about It), was published by Princeton Press.

see also:

‘Historic Win’ for Gig Economy Workers in California Exposes Telling Rift Among 2020 Democrats

From the archives:

The Corporation (2003) (must-see)

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

Amazon Is the New Factory

Your Corporate Overlords Are Delighted To Exploit You

Chris Hedges: The Dark World of Silicon Valley and the New Capitalism

Capitalism’s Failure of the Flesh: The Rise of the Robots by Phil Rockstroh

What is Wage Slavery? by The Anti-Social Socialist

Chris Hedges: The New Gig Economy–Uber VS Yellow Cab + Richard Wolff: Uber: Innovator or Business Destroyer?

Chris Hedges: The Disposable Temporary Workers

Chris Hedges: Aftermath From The Loss of Thousands of Union Jobs

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