Robert B. Reich is a well respected scholar on political economy matters. He has curved his name as an author, professor in various universities and as a political commentator. His stint as the secretary of labor during Clinton’s era is termed as a successive one. In 2007, Reich authored the controversial book, Supercapitalism. Just like any other outspoken author, Reich’s super-capitalism has attracted criticism and praises in equal measure. It is imperative to know the central thesis exposed in super-capitalism that has attracted this mixed views. Central Thesis Of Reich’s Supercapitalism.
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