Money, power and class in America - The Globe and Mail
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These questions and more are answered by today's foremost public intellectuals—Walter Russell Mead, Francis Fukuyama, Robert Reich, Tyler Cowen, Sebastian Mallaby, and others—in this thought-provoking collection of essays from The American Interest magazine. You can download Apple Books from the App Store. Overview Music Video Charts. Opening the iTunes Store. If Apple Books doesn't open, click the Books app in your Dock. After three decades of engineering a winner-take-all economy, and buying the political power to consummate their hold on the wealth created by the system they had rigged in their favor, America's plutocrats have been taking the final and irrevocable step of separating themselves permanently from the common course of American life.
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Money, power and class in America
Skyrocketing CEO pay has been much in the news for some time. Sky-high paychecks are identified as one of the principal causes of the explosion in inequality over the past 40 years. How to Steal a Democracy.
Imagine that you are a group of rich and powerful people eager to be still richer and more powerful. But you live in a democratic society that gives each citizen an equal vote and thus sets sets limit on how much power you can amass. So you decide to steal the people's democracy.
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How can this be done? Big Money In Politics: We need to be mindful that Donald Trump, in his brash, crass, bloviating style managed to get to the heart of the crisis eating away at American politics.
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He is no reformer. He is the problem, and not the solution. What's Taking Over America. If America is to be ruled by whoever commands the most money, it will be the corporate system, far more than individual billionaires, that calls the shots. The Bull Moose Is Back: The middle class no longer has a voice. We now have zero influence on our own government.
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