On Jacobin’s antidepressants article – a quick English lesson

Meagan Day, in a quick read on Jacobin, discusses the perils of private pharmaceutical production. That production, under capitalism, “is left up to the private corporations” on the theory that “the private sector’s interests align with the public’s” – but in fact, Day argues, because “corporations exist to maximize profit,” drug companies encounter “co…

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