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It is my great pleasure this evening to have an enlightening conversation with economist Richard Wolff, recommended by many of you, my listeners! I was impressed by a wonderful and easy to understand interview Richard gave on PBS about the contemporary economic history of the United States: how we managed to obtain Social Security, how we're slowly being destroyed by predator capitalism and what we can do to combat the system so we might have better quality of lives. I know this is a major concern for the 99% as the income disparity widens in our "maturing economy" as what little wealth is made goes to the top 1%. Tune in tonight and learn how we've been brain-washed to think Capitalism is grand and socialism is evil and what we can do in the short and long term to fix things. I promise, this will be a conversation everyone will be able to understand - and enjoy! Call it Economics for Dummies!
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