Robert Reich on How to Change Capitalism to Work for the Many

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In his new book "Saving Capitalism" former Clinton administration labor secretary Robert Reich lays out the many ways he thinks the free market has failed America, including creating a "working poor" and a "non-working rich." The solution, Reich suggests, is to reframe economic policy so that it looks more after the interests of the individual than those of the corporation.


Robert Reich, professor at the Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley; former labor secretary under President Bill Clinton; author, "Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few."