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April 20, 2018, 09:10:28 PM
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People should promote local products and be proud, it would a good way to have economic progress for any country. Stopping capitalism will help to balance the socio-economic hierarchy. I believe that if people at the base level are given enough incentive, then those above them will reap greater rewards, and which will in turn trickle down back to those who built the entire system.

Why does capitalism so often neglect the backs upon which it's built? How does this system manage to thrive for so long, when the masses are receiving the least benefit?
Capitalism has lasted so long because it's the only system that works, personally I do not like calling it capitalism because that is just the natural way things work, what you are describing instead is some kind of loyalty to your local products and that can be done but not everything can be produced locally and even if it could someone else will create a more effective process in some other place and create a cheaper product that you could buy.



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July 23, 2018, 10:10:46 PM
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People should promote local products and be proud, it would a good way to have economic progress for any country. Stopping capitalism will help to balance the socio-economic hierarchy. I believe that if people at the base level are given enough incentive, then those above them will reap greater rewards, and which will in turn trickle down back to those who built the entire system.

Why does capitalism so often neglect the backs upon which it's built? How does this system manage to thrive for so long, when the masses are receiving the least benefit?
Capitalism has lasted so long because it's the only system that works, personally I do not like calling it capitalism because that is just the natural way things work, what you are describing instead is some kind of loyalty to your local products and that can be done but not everything can be produced locally and even if it could someone else will create a more effective process in some other place and create a cheaper product that you could buy.
They have driven more people out of poverty than any other economic system in human history.
The middle class has evolved completely from a poorer class. China will move about 800 million people out of poverty and living in the middle class in the back of a largely capitalist market, and they are changing to adapt to the world.
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July 24, 2018, 02:28:37 AM
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Capitalism means capital is power, people with capital use their capital to acquire more capital without caring about social, economical and environmental consequences on society. People with capital power use predatory methods to destroy local production like dumping cheap produce from other countries, however the cost of that product in terms of capital, social and environmental terms is very high, for example using cheap labour or workforce exploitation to reduce prices, using cheaper methods of production to cut cost but these cheaper methods are not environment friendly(GMO or pesticides). Farmers are the actual producers or we can say at the bottom of production chain and capitalists find its easier to exploit farmers due to various reasons including poor policies of the government to protect farmers rights and investments, on other hand most governments directly or indirectly support capitalists because most of the political groups are dependent on capitalist donations or i can say legal corruption.
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July 24, 2018, 03:39:02 AM
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It depends on how the farmer themselves on how they will move their products. If you're willing to give up your products in bulk for a small price or by piece for a more competitive price. Essentially, it's not capitalism's fault, basically capitalism rewards people who are innovative and works hard. Besides, I've seen both rich and poor farmers.

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