Democracy at Work: A Cure for Capitalism

Democracy at Work: A Cure for Capitalism

Richard D. Wolff

"Richard Wolff is the best socialist economist within the nation. This e-book is needed interpreting for an individual involved in a primary transformation of the sick capitalist economy."—Cornel West

“Richard Wolff’s optimistic and leading edge rules recommend new and promising foundations for a way more genuine democracy and sustainable and equitable improvement, rules that may be carried out without delay and carried ahead. a truly necessary contribution in stricken times.”—Noam Chomsky

"Probably America's such a lot admired Marxist economist."—The big apple Times

Capitalism as a procedure has spawned deepening monetary problem along its bought-and-paid-for political institution. Neither serves the desires of our society. if it is safe, well-paid, and significant jobs or a sustainable courting with the typical setting that we rely on, our society isn't really supplying the consequences humans desire and deserve.

One key reason for this insupportable situation is the shortcoming of real democracy in our economic system in addition to in our politics. the answer calls for the establishment of actual fiscal democracy, beginning with staff directing their very own places of work, because the foundation for a real political democracy.

Here Richard D. Wolff lays out a hopeful and urban imaginative and prescient of ways to make that attainable, addressing the numerous those who have concluded financial inequality and politics as ordinary can now not be tolerated and are trying to find a concrete software of action.

Richard D. Wolff is professor of economics emeritus on the college of Massachusetts, Amherst. he's at present a vacationing professor on the New college for Social study in manhattan. Wolff is the writer of many books, together with Capitalism Hits the Fan: the worldwide fiscal Meltdown and What to Do approximately It. He hosts the weekly hour-long radio software Economic replace on WBAI (Pacifica Radio) and writes frequently for The Guardian,, and MRZine.

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