Douglas Rushkoff is an author and grassroots media maker who recently published the new book Life, Inc. In the book Rushkoff explores how our corporate-dominated life came to be, looking to the corporation’s origins in the Renaissance and its path to modern hegemony. All the while Rushkoff contends that this path wasn’t inevitable, but is the result of specific events over time. In this interview Rushkoff discusses this history and how modern corporatism alienates us from our communities and each other.
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