Wall Street, the Election, and the Pit Bull Plague

Shoshana Zuboff asks if we are ready to end the pit bull politics and economics that have brought our country to its knees

I like my lipstick, but I hope that's not what distinguishes me from a pit bull. With two kids playing on different soccer teams, there's a game to watch nearly every day. In the zero-sum world of pit bull politics you root for one team and jeer its opponents. I do cheer like crazy for my kids and their teammates, but I also applaud when kids on the other team play beautifully or show great sportsmanship. I know that if both teams are good, each team will be even better. Their fates are linked.

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