"So America became a peculiar country. You could criticize the educational system to make the schools better. You could criticize the transportation system to make that work better. You could crit ... But you couldn't criticize the economic system. That got a free pass. You could'nt criticize ... You know, and if you don't criticize something for 50 years, it rats, it goes to seed. The one of the ways that a healthy society works is its subject, its component system to criticism, so that we can debate it and hopefully fix it, or improve it or do better. Capitalism couldn't be questionned. [...] Before you can solve a problem, you have to admit you got one. And before going to fix an economic system it is working in this way, and producing such tensions and inequalities and problems in our community, we have to face the real scope of the problem we have, with the overall system. And at least we have to open a national debate about it, and at most, I think we have to think long and hard about alternative systems that might work better. [...] If you don't change the system, you are living intact the decisions making of these entreprises, which mean the small group of executives and shareholders are gonna be working in the same system, subject to the same pattern of rewards and punishments, that sooner or later makes them reimpose, there or elsewhere, the very conditions you're fighting against. So stop this stuff about improving their conditions, deal with that system or else you're not serious. [Richard David Wolff]
Martin Luther King Jr., at a speech in a Brooklyn's church, he said that what America needed was a revolution of values. Needed to stop treating people like things. Needed to stop treating people in ways that it was just about profits. But instead to treat people in a real and human way. [Tim Kasser]" The True cost (https://truecostmovie.com/), Andrew Morgan