Michael Moore speaks out about capitalism
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Published: 9/25/2009 4:15 AM
Print this article Michael Moore is one man who refuses to give up. His career has been based upon telling people the truth that he believes is behind a lot of corporate practices and government measures. His latest documentary is titled "Capitalism: A Love Story."
Here, Moore aims to discuss capitalism and the American government in a frank manner. The Los Angeles Times describes this effort as "a broader critique" of society than his previous work. The documentary examines the meaning of being an American and how the American Dream succeeds or fails. Moore even tries to make a citizen's arrest of AIG employees, who some believe received government stimulus funds unfairly.
In the past, Moore's documentaries have had a more narrow view. For example, "Fahrenheit 9/11" took a look at the events surrounding September 11, how the country reacted and delves into President Bushs reported connections to Saudi Arabia.
Moore went over the American health care industry with a fine-tooth comb in his work, "Sicko." He controversially looked at the medical system and uncovered practices of which many Americans may not be aware.
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