Barbara Ehrenreich: Is Capitalism Dead?

Barbara Ehrenreich: Is Capitalism Dead?

Barbara Ehrenreich: Is Capitalism Dead?

Nation contributor Barbara Ehrenreich discusses the changing definition of socialism and its new relevance to the current economic meltdown.

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Barbara Ehrenreich joined Joseph Stiglitz, Bill Fletcher, Jr. and Jeff Madrick in the Meltdown Forum, hosted by The Nation magazine and The Nation Institute March 6, to discuss the economic crisis and what must be done to move forward. During her opening remarks, Ehrenreich advised moving beyond the religion of market fundamentalism that places the invisible hand as a deity to rethinking production and our way of life. Please visit the Meltdown site to see more videos and listen to a podcast of the entire event.

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