How Capitalism Controls You

How Capitalism Controls You by The Anti-Social Socialist

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Writer, Dandelion Salad
Originally published Sept. 12, 2018
October 18, 2022

“Capitalism keeps us in a state of panic. Most of us are just one medical bill away from bankruptcy. It keeps us overworked and underpaid so we don’t have time to question its dominance over our lives. It takes the fruits produced by the many and gives them to the few. Concentrated wealth means concentrated power, concentrated power means less democracy, less democracy means less freedom, and less freedom means you are reduced to a precarious life of servitude.” —

The Anti-Social Socialist on Sep 10, 2018

From the archives:

The Proletariat in Search of a Class, by Gaither Stewart

There Is No Country On Earth That Fully Protects Workers’ Rights, by Pete Dolack

Chris Hedges: Exploitation

Envisioning A World With No Bosses, by Pete Dolack + Michael Albert: What Kind of Economy Comes After a Socialist Revolution?

The Brief Origins of May Day by Eric Chase

What is Wage Slavery? by The Anti-Social Socialist

Definitions: The Proletariat by Gaither Stewart

The Year of the Pig: Should Workers Support Police Strikes? (must-read)+ Caleb Maupin: Low Wages, Police Terror and the Necessity of Revolution

What Might A Cooperative Economy Look Like? by Pete Dolack

Gar Alperovitz: The Promise and Limitations of Worker Co-ops

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