Global Capitalism: Capitalism vs Socialism Today [August 2017]

Global Capitalism: "Capitalism vs Socialism Today" with Richard D. Wolff 
Co-sponsored by Democracy at Work, Left Forum & Judson Memorial Church
These programs begin with 30 minutes of short updates on important economic events of the last month, then Wolff analyzes several major economic issues. This month, these issues will include:
1. What connects worker coops with socialism?
2. Capitalism, socialism and Venezuela’s history
3. As Trump fails them: where will angry workers turn?
Our goal: To develop all participants’ understanding and ability to explain current economic events and trends to others. We open the floor to questions and comments when time permits. 
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  • Johanna Geisel
    commented 2017-08-24 08:59:14 -0400
    There is a mistake in that:

    The SPD has changed their name to “Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands” already in 1890, according to Wikipedia.
    So they turned away from socialism quite early.

    Nobody would call the SPD “socialist” today. If you’d ask around german people, they would call the SPD “social-democratic” and Die Linke “socialist”.

    That’s how we are not surprised anymore that SPD politicians cuddle with big business.
    Ever since Schröder’s “Agenda reforms” created Europe’s larges low-wage sector in Germany many people even don’t consider the SPD social-democratic anylonger.

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