Workers' Rights & Richard Wolff

Prof. Wolff joins Jesse Ventura to discuss the erosion of workers’ rights in America and how employment cooperatives may improve the economy.

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Will Hot Money Lead to the End of U.S. Economic Dominance?

Professor Wolff joins The Thom Hartmann Program to discuss the end of U.S. economic dominance and what that will mean for the economy!

 

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Economic Update: Labor Vs. Capitalism

This week on Economic Update, Prof. Wolff gets into the Left victory in Mexico's election, SCOTUS's Janus decision, Trump’s Foxconn fakery in Wisconsin, the GOP’s forced labor for...READ MORE


And The Assault On Unions Continues…

Prof. Richard D. Wolff speaks with WORT Community Radio about the history of the rise and fall of unions in the U.S.

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An Interview With Professor Richard D. Wolff

Labor unions have been on the decline in the United States for over fifty years, which has caused a decline in wages, working environments and overall social conditions. In other countries, a strong alliance between labor unions and social movements have brought improvements. 

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Economic Update: Criticizing Capitalism

In this episode of Economic Update, Prof. Richard D. Wolff delivers updates on Colorado’s laws favoring co-ops, capitalism and suicide continues, rent control on the California ballot, the effects of...READ MORE


Economic Update: Contradictions Coming Home

In this episode of Economic Update, Prof. Wolff delivers updates on the exploding suicide rate in the U.S., irrational home-building reflects and worsens inequality, VA nurses sue...READ MORE


Economic Update: Tariffs In An Unraveling Economy

In the first episode of the new season of Economic Update, Professor Wolff delivers updates on tariffs as political fiction, the Irish state apologizes for the gross exploitation of young women, the continuation of...READ MORE


Marx’s Concept of Class

This article originally appeared at Logosjournal.com

The concept of class poses profound problems for theory and practice. This is true across the academic disciplines and in the confused incoherence around “class issues” when concepts of class surface in economic, political and cultural discourses.

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Economic Impact: Trump's trade war is ‘political theatre’

Prof. Wolff joins RT America’s Manila Chan to comment on the recent G7 Summit. Some fear President Trump’s controversial comments at the G7 summit may lead to a trade war and even a severe economic depression.
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