19 March 2012

Labor and Dividend Income From 1959 - 2011

This is what some of the US industrialists and Wall Street have defined as 'Perfect Capitalism.'

The implications of this model are mercantilism and neo-colonialism, for the obvious reason that the process of subordinating wages to narrow profits erodes domestic market demand.

The only sort of schemes that must keep expanding in order to maintain their sustainability are essentially Ponzi schemes.

Source: Geographics at the Council on Foreign Relations