Terrifying Out if Touch
Considering the power these people have to shape the business world, they are terrifyingly out of touch with the powerlessness and desperation of so many ordinary workers. I listened to this for a long time because I like hearing different perspectives. But the “unions are failing because companies like Amazon just treat their workers *really* well” episode was a step to far. That’s just delusion and dangerous. I’m not listening to propaganda.
Kanarpski via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/05/21
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