11 May, 2020

The Rise of the Big Corporation at the Expense of Mom-and-Pop

Posted by Socrates in Affirmative Action, Affirmative Action vs. merit, Big Business, big corporations vs. mom-and-pop, capitalism, capitalist greed/exploitation, chain store mania, corporate 'Kwa, local vs. national, Socrates, supercapitalism at 6:02 pm | Permanent Link

When I was a kid, there were local pizza restaurants. Mom-and-pop places, i.e., just one place each, locally owned and managed. Four or five employees each, all of them White, each place unique in food flavor and management style. Today, I don’t think you could find a local pizza joint to save your soul. Nothing is local anymore. All pizza restaurants today are chain stores based in New York City or Chicago, all the food tastes exactly the same, and all of their employees are negroes or Mexicans (i.e., Affirmative Action hiring gone crazy).

It’s sad. This is called “progress.” But how is that progress?

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