As the world hurtles towards the brink, fuelled by its greed and addiction to consumption, it is apparent that either capitalism undergoes radical change, or it will be destroyed. In particular, the giving over of more and more wealth into fewer and fewer hands is ensuring capitalism's doom. The younger generation are increasingly ready to embrace radical politics, and to consider seriously alternatives to capitalism, and increasing numbers of the older generation are coming to accept the necessity of change they would not have countenanced twenty years ago, too. https://www.washingtonpost.com/poli...0pm:homepage/story-ans&utm_term=.f4c7d36ffae3 https://www.theguardian.com/comment...mphRSaMfomjhxRylPyBul6pSXq3azJDDmJh4wwOMHH_5o "Conversations .... [of this sort] are now taking place in some of capitalism’s most rarefied circles including Harvard Business School, where last fall Seth Klarman, a highly influential billionaire investor, delivered what he described as a “plaintive wail” to the business community to fix capitalism before it was too late." "Today’s children, as they become more politically aware, will be much more radical than their parents, simply because there will be no other choice for them. This emergent radicalism is already taking people by surprise. The Green New Deal (GND), a term presently most associated with 29-year-old US representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, has provoked a wildly unhinged backlash from the “pro free market” wing, who argue that it’s a Trojan horse, nothing more than an attempt to piggyback Marxism onto the back of climate legislation."