The Divide: A Brief History of Global Inequality and Its Solutions, Author: Jason Hickel.
Why do people feel this way?
It’s because they realize—either consciously or at some gut level—that there’s something fundamentally flawed about a system that has a prime directive to churn nature and humans into capital, and do it more and more each year, regardless of the costs to human well-being and to the environment we depend on.
That’s what capitalism is, at its root.
What might a better world look like? There are a million ideas out there. We can start by changing how we understand and measure progress.
We can change that.
People want health care and education to be social goods, not market commodities, so we can choose to put public goods back in public hands. People want the fruits of production and the yields of our generous planet to benefit everyone, rather than being siphoned up by the super-rich, so we can change tax laws and introduce potentially transformative measures like a universal basic income. more> https://goo.gl/ntiMQr