Capitalism is in Trouble, But Few Want to Admit It


One of the key messages of the 2020 election is that capitalism is in trouble and is not working for millions of Americans. From the wealth gap to unchallenged monopolies to wage stagnation, it’s clear that the corporations have taken over the nation. This is what allowed the corrupt Trump administration to get into office.

This video explains some of these developments.

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Chuck Epstein has managed marketing communications and public relations departments for major global financial institutions and participated in the launch of industry-changing financial products. He also has written by-lined articles for over 50 publications, five books and served as editor and publisher of nation’s first newsletter on the topic of using the PC for personal investing and trading. (“Investing Online, 1994-1999). He also is a marketing consultant, writer and speaker on topics related to investor protection and opportunities in the very dynamic cannabis industry. He has held senior-level marketing, PR and communications positions at the New York Futures Exchange, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Lind-Waldock, Zacks Investment Research, Russell Investments and Principal Financial. He has won national awards from the Mutual Fund Education Alliance (MFEA) and his web site,, was named best small blog in 2009 by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW).


  1. […] What Wood referred to is corporations who merge and then falsely claim they will compete. This is a fallacy.  This is because anti-trust is effectively dead thanks to neo-liberal, conservative policies that say there is no such thing as a monopoly and that market forces would correct for any pricing and anti-competitive practices. Both of these are wrong. Both fail to recognize the problems with capitalism. […]


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