…sion of “free markets” and peonization of labor in the US is best observable is the farming sector. Farmland is now on track to be majority-owned by large agra corporations and investment companies. The workers on the farms wages have continuously declined while tracking the upturn in this change of ownership. This is true of many sectors, most of all where unions have ceased to exist.
Joseph H Sadove
This exactly how it was in Argentina.
I agree with you that there is no absolute free market. But I insist on using this term, just to emphasize that we should be persistent in trying to get as much of it everywhere possible. You may enjoy reading these my two texts:
Capitalism, socialism and communism
If asked, most people would likely declare that they know fairly well what the terms in the title mean. In the heat of…