The Myth of Capitalism (with Denise Hearn)

Episode 11

November 25 2022

41 minutes

Wander into any small town in the US and you’ll find “a Subway, a Bank of America and some private-equity-owned retail chain”.

Denise Hearn, co-author (with Jonathan Tepper) of The Myth of Capitalism (the Financial Times Book of the Year in 2018), explains how corporate monopolies are not only killing competition, choice and diversity, but weakening the economy. This thought-provoking interview with the influential Seattle-based writer and campaigner is well worth a listen.

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