Review: The Corporate Coup D’État

Instead of merely outlining both sides of the modern American political divide and supporting only one of them, The Corporate Coup D’État looks at the complexities that created such viewpoints to begin with, and exposing how views on both the right and the left have been influenced and shaped by private interest money, not the whims of the populace.

Review: American Factory

An eye opening and humane examination of the ways the modern global economy and shifting workplace attitudes have impacted the middle and lower classes, Julia Reichert and Steven Bognar’s documentary American Factory should be required viewing for anyone who ever questions why unions or labour movements are necessary and vital.