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  • troy grant
    commented 2020-01-12 15:11:50 -0500
    Please critique Rutger Bregman’s “Utopia for Realists”. thank you
  • Bischara DrEgal
    commented 2019-10-10 02:02:47 -0400
    Thank you Dr. Richard. D. Wolff for opening our Eyes and Minds(Food for Thought)
    My First Economics course I took from a great professor Cy Gonick (Labour Economics) University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada in late .70s. Thank you Dr. Gonick Too just like you are Global Heroes!!
  • Bischara DrEgal
    commented 2019-10-10 01:58:52 -0400
    Dr. Wolff here in Somalia( the Horn of Africa ) there are at least 14-18 million population that had been destroyed, destabilized, denigrated, displaced, inflicted with alienation, anomie, tribalism, sectarianism, terrorism, and disconnection against their culture, religion, families, communities and socities with extreme poverty & Humiliation by US/UK/EU/ NATO/ fake , Racist, Islamophobic ’War on Terror. We ask you if we can Use your EU programs in our University(C.I. U)?
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  • Paulette Kenyon
    commented 2017-06-09 14:20:01 -0400
    I had trouble getting to the survey Dr Wolff advertised on the show today. Waa….. I love his show! It’s like sitting at the dining room table with my ex-husband listening to him analyze what’s going on – only better! Plus, we aren’t married and I don’t have to inhale cigarette smoke while I’m learning. So glad he’s on KPFA at a time that’s good for me.
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  • Timothy Sams
    commented 2017-03-13 14:23:14 -0400
    Hello, Professor Wolff.

    My name is Timothy Sams

    I’d like to discuss with you directly about “Project New Jerusalem”.

    I’m not accustomed to using social media outlets to communicate with.

    I prefer more direct means such as phone numbers, emails, face to face, or video chat if possible.

    Please contact me.

    Thank you.
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  • Chuck Hennemann
    commented 2017-02-10 10:04:06 -0500
    Professor Wolff โ€“ I really would love for a large portion of the United States to switch to democratic worker co-ops. The country may have a chance for a huge change in 2020 assuming Trump fails as I expect. We are very likely to go through a recession and from my point of view it looks like his policies will cause even a greater gap in equality. So here is my idea is to be very pro-business in particular for small business/co-ops.
    1) Universal healthcare for all that takes away this cost from companies.
    2) Free or low cost higher education
    3) Improved infrastructure to make it easier for companies to be successful.
    4) Dividends are income and taxed as such. Make taxes more progressive.
    5) Public banking that favors democratic worker co-ops. With public banking the cost of the government loans would go down. They can give loans during bad times when loans are most needed. Give guarantee loans to worker co-ops to buy out existing companies if the company can be successful.

    My thought is to make it easier for a company to be successful by reducing obstacles. Easier to get capital, educated work force, and reduced cost to do business (healthcare being one of the largest cost). Setting it up like this companies could be successful but if the money went only to a few they would be taxed heavily. But if they spread the wealth then everyone would be better off.

    This would also spur the economy because it would give more money to the lower/middle class. When they have more money they buy more and keep the economy moving.

    Currently there is way too much private debt. So this is another area that would be nice to look at, but might be asking too much.
  • Eli Osterberg
    commented 2017-02-07 01:10:03 -0500
    *what’s left of the wilderness
  • Eli Osterberg
    commented 2017-02-07 01:07:47 -0500
    Thank you. I am not a voice crying alone in the wilderness. It is important to keep a certain trust that even though things seem really bad, they are not hopeless. You are one of my resources for making sense of things, because hope and blind faith are not enough.
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  • Dennis La Frinere
    commented 2017-01-06 09:04:15 -0500
    Nobody speaks for The American worker. Not you either.
  • Dennis La Frinere
    commented 2017-01-06 08:34:10 -0500
    Professor, what builds a strong economy?
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