e below the poverty line, a system that does not allow corporations to take hostage sick children because their parents are bankrupt and a system that generally recognizes the problems American people are facing (Hedge 2). Radical opposition to corporate capitalism is required. This is because corporate capitalism has proved to be inefficient for many years. Though the system has brought many things to the public, it has not improved the lives of the people in the community.
Most of the corporations are concerned with doing common good to the people. Instead, they pollute, repress, lie, kill, impoverish, and exploit to make money. In other words, their concern is not on the people but on making money for themselves. Capitalism is a form of revolutionary force that consumes human lives and ultimately consumes itself (Hedge 5). There is nothing wrong with a profit-driven economy, the problem lies within the selfish interests of the corporate state and