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Gar Alperovitz on The Real News Network's Reality Asserts Itself

Gar Alperovitz tells TRNN Senior Editor Paul Jay that the Vietnam War made it clear there was no way to a more rational capitalism and there had to be fundamental change. This is a five-part interview.

Episode 1: Understanding the Imperialist System Changed My Life

Episode 2: Nuclear Attack on Japan was Opposed by American Military Leadership

Episode 3: Capitalism in Long Term Stagnation and Decay

Episode 4: The Promise and Limitations of Worker Co-ops 

Episode 5: What Would You Do If You Had Political Power?

Publication date: 2014-01-22
Parent publication: The Real News Network
Publication URL: http://therealnews.com/t2/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=31&Itemid=74&jumival=11319

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