• Capitalism, Socialism and Over-Production Crises

    Americans must recognize economic classes

    There appears to be a reluctance in the United States to wear the mantle of “working class.” Its connotation appears to be a relic from the economic revolutions of Europe in the late nineteenth century. However, they remain the economic class that built the nation’s now failing economy.

  • The situation of the worker

    Numbers crushing working people

    It is vital that working people know the score. Only by accurate and complete economic representations can an informed electorate pursue political strategies and tactics that benefit all working people.