with Michael Parenti
Writer, Dandelion Salad
Previously posted Oct. 12, 2010
December 28, 2022
buddhagem on August 07, 2007
The myth that capitalism works conveniently ignores reality. In this video, political scientist and activist Michael Parenti debunks this popular myth.
[Note: This is a short clip from a longer talk: Dr. Michael Parenti: Terrorism, Globalism and Conspiracy (2002)]
Michael Parenti is an award winning, internationally known author. His most recent books are The Face of Imperialism (a critique of the U.S. global empire; 2011) and Waiting for Yesterday: Pages from a Street Kid’s Life (an ethnic memoir about his early life in Italian Harlem; 2013); and Profit Pathology and Other Indecencies. For further information about his work, visit his website: www.michaelparenti.org.
From the archives:
Michael Parenti: How To Think About Class
William I. Robinson: Capitalism’s Structural Crisis and the Global Revolt
Michael Parenti: Globalization, the New Imperialism
What is Wage Slavery? by The Anti-Social Socialist
Mystery: How Wealth Creates Poverty in the World by Michael Parenti
Michael Parenti: These Countries Are Not Underdeveloped, They Are Overexploited (1986)
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Wishing you a Happy New Year. No this form of capitalism only works for the wealthy while the rest of us feed off the crumbs.
Happy New Year to you, too, Dennis.