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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Why Don’t Politicians Care about the Working Class?

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Why Don’t Politicians Care about the Working Class?, by Mark Thoma: If we want to ensure that our children and grandchildren have the brightest possible future, the national debt is not the most important problem to address. Reversing the polarization of the labor market – the hollowing out of the middle class and the associated rise in inequality over the last thirty years or so – is much more important. But money driven politics and a political class that has all but forgotten about the working class – Democrats in particular have forgotten who they are supposed to represent – stand in the way of progress on this important problem. ...

    Posted by on Tuesday, March 26, 2013 at 01:11 AM in Economics, Fiscal Times, Politics, Unemployment | Permalink  Comments (112)


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