Saving Capitalism

Documentaries, 2017, 73 minutes
Saving Capitalism
Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich meets with Americans from all walks of life as he chronicles a seismic shift in the nation's economy.
The documentaries Saving Capitalism is a Netflix Original and was released in 2017 and lasts 73 minutes. Parental guidance suggested This documentaries is Provocative, Controversial, Cerebral.
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Score: 6.8 of the 10

SAVING CAPITALISM is a documentary film that follows former Secretary of Labor and Professor, Robert Reich, as he takes his book and his views to the heart of conservative America to speak about our economic system and present big ideas for how to fix it.

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Audio: Italian;French;Spanish;German;English [Original];English - Audio Description
Subtitles: Spanish;Simplified Chinese;English;Traditional Chinese;French

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