Washington's new Alliance for Prosperity has analysts from across Central America concerned that the plan will do little to stop the economic hardships and violence driving increased migration from the region, and could replicate the human rights violations of previous US interventions.
What many refer to as capitalism and socialism, when defined in terms of workplace relations, are more like market capitalism and state capitalism. Both systems rely on an employer-employee relationship, except the employer may be a private owner or a state official.
Few organizations have pervasively and durably monopolized a market as well as the Republican and Democratic parties. The two dominant machines steering the electorate have consistently diminished the potential for a freer United States.