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Capitalism Hits the Fan Movie

Watch as Professor Richard Wolff breaks down the root causes of today's economic crisis, showing how it was decades in the making and in fact reflects seismic failures within the structures of American-style capitalism itself. Wolff traces the source of the economic crisis to the 1970s, when wages began to stagnate and American workers were forced into a dysfunctional spiral of borrowing and debt that ultimately exploded in the mortgage meltdown.

RT America Interview: Sweden Said Good Riddance to Austerity - When Will America?

Professor Wolff joins host of RT America Thom Hartmann. Sweden has said good riddance to austerity. On Sunday - the country's voters chose a group of left-wing and center-left parties -led by the Social Democrat party - to head a new government. In total - left wing parties won 43.7 percent of the vote and 159 seats in parliament. When all is said and done and the Social Democrats have formed a government - it will mark the end of Sweden's short-lived experiment with austerity.

Global Capitalism: September 2014 Monthly Update

Democracy at Work is partnering with the Left Forum and Judson Memorial Church to continue the Monthly Economic Update lecture series.

Professor Richard Wolff joins RT TV's Thom Hartmann for Conversations with Great Minds.

Professor Richard Wolff joins RT TV's Thom Hartmann for Conversations with Great Minds.

Global Capitalism: August 2014 Monthly Update

The lecture begins with brief updates and analyses of major economic events over the last month.  For August these include: -inequality and the fading "American Dream" -bubbles in sub-prime car loans and student debt -workers begin pushing back -internal economic tensions of Republicans and Democrats

Marxian Economics vs Capitalism with Professor Richard D. Wolff

Do we have true capitalism? What exactly is Marxism, and why does it exist? Most Americans have a knee-jerk reaction against Marxism, but is it fully justified to not even speak of it? What political histories and structures are compatible with different economic systems? Is there a positive role Marxism has taken in national and world economies?

Avowed capitalist Cenk Uygur discusses these questions and much more with Professor Richard D. Wolff.

Telesur interviews Professor Wolff about US Federal Reserve and Greenspan rule

TeleSur interviews Professor Wolff about the US Federal Reserve and the years under Greeenspan.

Telesur interviews Professor Wolff about US Federal Reserve and Greenspan rule

TeleSur interviews Professor Wolff about the US Federal Reserve and the years under Greeenspan.

Global Capitalism July 2014 Monthly Update

The lecture begins with 30 minutes of short updates on important economic events of the last month.  Then Professor Wolff analyzes several major economic issues. For July 9, these include: 1. Americans’ falling household wealth expose “recovery” 2. New global debt bubble threatens 3. Most large US companies evade taxes by off-shore “havens” 4. GM’s scandal: 30 million vehicle recall, $50 billion subsidies.

Richard Wolff speaks at University of Southern Maine: "Capitalism Hits the Fan, So Now What?"

This lecture Professor Richard Wolff entitled "Capitalism Hit the Fan, So Now What? Economic Democracy and America's Future," was part of a two-day event at the University of Southern Maine on April 23-24, 2014.

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