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Libertarian, Marxist response to power of corporatism

Greece is back in crisis, and the reason is that none of the issues surrounding its economy were ever resolved in the first place. Edward weighs in. Don Boudreaux, professor of economics at George Mason University, gives his take on why only 1 percent of midterm voters polled the US economy as “excellent” and why the social mood in America seems weak. Richard Wolff, visiting professor of international affairs at the New School gives a different view on why Americans don’t feel generally positive about the economy. And in the Big Deal, Edward is joined by RT’s Ameera David to discuss Amazon’s and Facebook’s moves into understanding our offline habits.

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