The crisis of capitalism

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  1. Ancestor

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    i wasn't sure where to put this, but it's fascinating:

     
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    Even if it has some good points, what are you gonna do about the system's faults if you have no idea where to change what?
     
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    saw it a while ago and still think its cool
     
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    i think the minimum wage should be raised to 10 dollars an hour.

    to me it also seems that there's a finite amount of resources and such a small percentage of people shouldn't be allowed to control it.

    what do you guys think? i don't believe there's one answer to the problem. a lot of changes have to take place.
     
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    I think if the minimum wage is raised *and* all employers were required to use E-Verify to ensure their employees could work legally before being able to claim expenses like employee wages, it would radically change things in the US.

    I'd also like to see corporations not have eligibility for US tax breaks if less than 90% of their employees don't reside in the US.
     

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