Blade Runner curse | IN 60 SECONDS

Ridley Scott crafted his 1982 film “Blade Runner” with an atmosphere of paranoia about corporate power. But while it’s implied that the companies in the film would endure, AEI’s Jonah Goldberg explains that the nature of capitalism is for corporate behemoths to compete for survival as newer, better, more innovative businesses emerge.

ARTICLE – The ‘Blade Runner’ curse and the overestimation of corporate might https://goo.gl/dGr6dT

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