Robert Reich Looks Askance at 'Supercapitalism' We love low prices, sure, but we frown at the things companies do to get us good deals — like paying low wages. In his book Supercapitalism, economist Robert Reich looks at the divided mind of the consumer and citizen.
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Robert Reich Looks Askance at 'Supercapitalism'

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Robert Reich Looks Askance at 'Supercapitalism'

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Robert Reich argues that while "supercapitalism" is enlarging the economic pie, its influence is making democracy less effective. J. Emilio Flores/Getty Images hide caption

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Robert Reich argues that while "supercapitalism" is enlarging the economic pie, its influence is making democracy less effective.

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