2. The film notes the Reagan era as a dividing line between the rise of the "middle class" and its current decline. What policies did Reagan usher in and why? What were the results?
3. Moore provides stories about the impact of privatization on local communities. What were some of these?'
4. Corporations repeatedly claim that cutting jobs will allow them to save money and stay in business. Why does this not seem to work much in the examples detailed in the film?
5. Moore talks with workers and farmers about the impact of economic conditions and policies on their lives. What were some of their stories? What ways did they express solidarity with one another?
6. The film elaborates and mocks ideological justifications for capitalism. What were some of the claims for why capitalism is so good? What problems do you see with those claims?
7. The film focuses heavily on a moral condemnation of capitalism. Do you agree with that approach? Many Marxists prefer what they call a scientific critique of capitalism? Which do you prefer? Which is more effective in touching the experiences of working-class people?
apitalism: A love Story. By Michael Moore.
As we know, Michael Moore is a liberal film producer, and sometimes subjective, who criticizes the problems that affect the United States of America. His documentary Capitalism: A love story is not the exception. This is an informative documentary that shows us the reality of this economic system, Capitalism. It shows in a very clear, realistic, and even sarcastic way the consequences that affected and still affecting in a really bad way the US of America, and the price that Americans have to pay for being a Capitalist country.
What is important about Michael Moore is what he wants to