Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few by Robert B. Reich examines the intersection of economics and politics in order to make sense of income inequality and wealth disparity in the 21st-century United States of America....
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Too short -31 Mins even for $4
Too short and narrator a bit impersonal and Robotic, consequently rather boring. Cuts away between chapters as if a robot switches gears. No synopsis.
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