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The economic world changes but its big-picture dogma remains static and grows stale over time. Especially, macroeconomic doctrine fails miserably to distinguish between that which is productive investment and that which is not, merely perpetuating existing wealth and power concentrations such as when someone gambles or attempts to game the stock market.

For American capitalism to become great again, we must clean up its many fraudulent practices; those illegal and those not illegal but still outside reasonable service to the common good. We must distinguish between activities contributing to the future we seek for ourselves, our kids and their kids after them, and other activities we call pseudo-capitalism. The latter contain schemes merely “making money” for their perpetrators rather than contributing productively to the brighter economic outcomes our society seeks.

Capitalismincrisis.org is a doctrinaire and policy-oriented patch to how capitalism actually works. It prescribes how to set limits on pseudo-capitalism and pseudo-capitalists.
These folks revel in gaps left behind by policy makers, elected officials and economic analysts. Tragically, even when public leaders look carefully, often they fail to recognize self-interest run amok. They fail to recognize widespread corruption within the workings of huge swaths of the economy.

Capitalismincrisis.org also is a backhanded salute to Donald Trump. It relies upon zombie characters. Perhaps zombies are no less credible in the age of Trump than many of the actions and utterances inflicted by him upon the American public. In so many ways, he transports fiction into the realm of reality. 
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The economic world changes but its big-picture dogma remains static and grows stale over time. Especially, macroeconomic doctrine fails miserably to distinguish between that which is productive investment and that which is not, merely perpetuating existing wealth and power concentrations such as when someone gambles or attempts to game the stock market.

For American capitalism to become great again, we must clean up its many fraudulent practices; those illegal and those not illegal but still outside reasonable service to the common good. We must distinguish between activities contributing to the future we seek for ourselves, our kids and their kids after them, and other activities we call pseudo-capitalism. The latter contain schemes merely “making money” for their perpetrators rather than contributing productively to the brighter economic outcomes our society seeks.

Capitalismincrisis.org is a doctrinaire and policy-oriented patch to how capitalism actually works. It prescribes how to set limits on pseudo-capitalism and pseudo-capitalists.
These folks revel in gaps left behind by policy makers, elected officials and economic analysts. Tragically, even when public leaders look carefully, often they fail to recognize self-interest run amok. They fail to recognize widespread corruption within the workings of huge swaths of the economy.

Capitalismincrisis.org also is a backhanded salute to Donald Trump. It relies upon zombie characters. Perhaps zombies are no less credible in the age of Trump than many of the actions and utterances inflicted by him upon the American public. In so many ways, he transports fiction into the realm of reality. 

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