This Economic System Can't Be Fixed: Millions to Lose Jobs in Recession. Prof. Wolff joins Brian Becker and John Kiriakou on Loud and Clear.
Fears are spreading around the world as a key recession indicator goes off in the United States and evidence of economic slowdown surfaces in other major global economies. The last economic crisis was an unusually long 11 years ago, raising fears that another major downturn is right around the corner.
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Prof. Wolff joins Loud and Clear. Big tech firms were under fire at a high profile Congressional hearing conducted by the House Judiciary Committee on July 16, raising the spectre of serious anti-trust action against Amazon and other tech giants. Meanwhile, negotiations between the major U.S. automakers and the United Auto Workers Union are breaking down because the companies want concessions in case there is a recession. So are we headed into a recession?