Chris Hedges and Richard Wolff: Understanding Socialism

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Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges and Richard D. Wolff

RT America on Feb 8, 2020

On the show this week Chris Hedges talks to economist Richard Wolff about his new book Understanding Socialism. Wolff explains how in the socialist dream work is something we should want to engage in, that means something to us, that brings us into relationships with other people that we value, that make us better people as we interact with them, “it’s a transformation of life.”

From the archives:

The Proletariat In Search Of A Class by Gaither Stewart

The Next Economic Crash Will End Capitalism As We Know It by Rainer Shea

8 Myths about Socialism: Part 1 by The Anti-Social Socialist

Is America Ready for Socialism? by Finian Cunningham

How Do We Rent Our Lives? by The Anti-Social Socialist

Chris Hedges: The Tyranny of the Corporate Workplace

Abby Martin and Richard Wolff: The Growing Popularity of Socialism

Socialism: Creating a World to Change Our Lives by Sam Friedman (must-read)

What Was The Paris Commune? by The Anti-Social Socialist

The Difference Between Socialism, Communism, and Marxism Explained by a Marxist

What is Wage Slavery? by The Anti-Social Socialist

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