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Corporate Crime, dirty greedy politicians, insider trading, sweatshops in 3rd world countries using child/slave labour, oil cartels, Enron, wars for oil, these are all signs that capitalism doesn't work as well as some people think it does. In order for any society to be prosperous and stable, they need a mixture of capitalism, socialism and communism. If any one of those three is too powerful, the system will eventually collapse. We NEED communism and socialism in order to give society stability, but we also need capitalism in order for people to be motivated. What we DON'T need is fat cats who sell out hardworking people and move their factory to another country where sweatshop labour is cheap. Sweatshops take advantage of their workers, usually women, and deprive them of their civil rights. Sites in this ring must also have have an anti-oppression message. Feminism, activism, disability activism, & anti-racism are some of the topics that can be covered. Sites fighting misogyny, racism and classism are encouraged.

 

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