Laurence H. Shoup, author of Wall Street’s Think Tank: The Council on Foreign Relations and the Empire of Neoliberal Geopolitics, now in its Second Edition, writes in Counterpunch about the corporate candidacy of Kamala Harris; that while Bernie Sanders is king of small campaign contributions, Harris is the queen of the large ones…
“Everyone knows Joe Biden—with his long history of serving corporate interests—is an establishment candidate. There are others like New Jersey Senator Cory Booker, who, because of large contributions from people like Mark Zuckerberg, is known as the ‘Senator from Silicon Valley.’ Kamala Harris is less well known. Her true colors can be illustrated by her personal political history, by the staff she has assembled to run her campaign, by the funding and favorable media attention that she receives from the powers that be, and by the numerous identity rather than class politics policy proposals she is putting forward….”
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