Rising inequality and the need for a divorce between democracy and capitalist interests.
LSE American Politics and Policy
(08 Mar 2014)
As dividends paid to shareholders reach a new record, average wages for ordinary citizens continue to suffer. Bart Cammaerts argues that the outlandish wages paid to executives in the private as well as public sector are to the detriment of incomes of the vast majority of people who work for a living or are dependent on welfare. What this signifies is that the core-promises intrinsic to democracy are in decline or repressed. It is time for the marriage between democracy and capitalism to end.
Actions (login required)
||Record administration - authorised staff only