Monday, February 03, 2014


Richard D. Wolff argues that Capitalism necessarily corrupts politics and offers this as a solution:
One structural way to reduce corruption would be to democratize enterprises, to reorganize them such that the workers collectively direct the enterprises. Such an economic democratization would render all aspects of the relationship between enterprise and government transparent to all enterprise employees and thereby to a larger public. Hiding and disguising corruption would be much more difficult.
Wolff writes as if there were almost never any corruption in American unions.

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