Prof. Wolff joins RT's Boom Bust to talk about taxes. Taxes; can’t live with them, can’t live without them. From income tax, state tax, to federal tax, and more, they’re part of our lives.Read more
Marking the bicentennial of the birth of Karl Marx, we continue our series of conversations about Marxist ideas and their influence in history. Prof. Wolff talks to KPFA's Letters and Politics Mitch Jeserich about the period when Marx was writing the communist manifesto, his long exile in England and his writing of Das Capital.Read more
Bernie Sanders cites labor Unions as a start but never the end to democratizing the workplace.Read more
Global Capitalism: Linking Trump and Marx’s Critique of Capitalism
These programs begin with 30 minutes of short updates on important economic events of the last month, then Wolff analyzes several major economic issues. For May 2018, these issues will include... READ MORE
Prof. Wolff joins The Jimmy Dore Show to discuss the success of Worker Co-Ops around the world and how American Capitalists wasted no time trying to exploit workers.Read more
Prof. Wolff joins The Jimmy Dore Show to talk about Marx and Marxist theories.Read more
Professor Wolff takes a deeper look at the life and work of Karl Marx in celebration of the 200th anniversary...READ MORE
Once upon a time, the word “socialist” wasn’t considered a dirty word. In fact, in 1912, roughly a million people (6 percent of the popular vote), voted for a socialist for president. He is the subject of filmmaker Yale Strom’s new documentary, “American Socialist: The Life and Times of Eugene Victor Debs,” in limited release in New York from April 27 through May 3 and in Los Angeles from May 4 through May 10.Read more
This week on Economic Update, Professor Wolff delivers updates on German workers who elect almost half of corporate boards of directors, major US corporations with negative...READ MORE
This article originally appeared at Huffingtonpost.com.
Donald Trump is hacking away at working-class benefits. We’re in a period of extreme deregulation, deep tax cuts for business and the rich, extreme protectionism, and rising debt, even as the Federal Reserve increases interest rates. Together, these developments leave the working class with lower wages and benefits, higher prices, and reduced government services.Read more
Prof. Wolff joins The Real News Network to discuss worsening inequality in the US.