Video: How Class Works – Richard Wolff Examines Class

5 May 2013 — The Real News Network


Richard Wolff is an economist who has studied class issues for more than 40 years. In this animation and audio presentation, Wolff explains what class is all about and applies that understanding to the foreclosure crisis of 2007–2011. He argues that class concerns the “way our society splits up the output [and] leaves those who get the profits in the position of deciding and figuring out what to do with them… We all live with the results of what a really tiny minority in our society decides to do with the profits everybody produces.”


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America's Credit and Housing Crisis: New State Bank Bills By Ellen Brown

26 February, 2012Web of Debt

Seventeen states have now introduced bills for state-owned banks, and others are in the works.  Hawaii’s innovative state bank bill addresses the foreclosure mess.  County-owned banks are being proposed that would tackle the housing crisis by exercising the right of eminent domain on abandoned and foreclosed properties. Arizona has a bill that would do this for homeowners who are current in their payments but underwater, allowing them to refinance at fair market value.

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Information Clearing House 17 September, 2010: 300 Economists Warn Obama Grave Danger Ahead

17 September, 2010 — Information Clearing House

They Died for Iran
By Sheldon Richman
Whatever the future holds, we can be sure of one thing: Americans died in Iraq for the benefit of Iran.

Real Versus Fake Crises
By Michel Chossudovsky
We have reached a turning point in our history. The US and its allies are preparing to launch a nuclear war with devastating consequences.

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