For The Rich To Keep Getting Richer, We Have To Sacrifice Everything Else
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June 19, 20206 min read, 1143 words

For The Rich To Keep Getting Richer, We Have To Sacrifice Everything ElseFor The Rich To Keep Getting Richer, We Have To Sacrifice Everything Else

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Published: June 19, 2020  |  6 min read, 1143 words
They're hoping the endless circuses and trails of bread crumbs will forever distract us from their plunder and the inequalities built into America's financial system. The primary story of the past 20 years is the already-rich have gotten much richer, with destabilizing economic,...
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Investigative
June 21, 2020
Yowsa! A pulls-no-punches look at an ever-present, and for some, truly animating and grating issue. The Author's outrage cuts Kirpan-like leaving a bloody trail leading away from the exsanguinated corpse of the topic. The Writer does yeoman's service in using absurdity as a guide-way in getting his point across. Sure, it's an opinion piece, but so what? The issue at hand is one ripe for dismantling at the hands of a demolition expert. And on this the piece delivers. A worthwhile investment of time. Four stars!
June 21, 2020
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Great Context
June 20, 2020
Many good points, although they do not go deep enough questioning the entire capitalist system and government itself. Human happiness exists mostly in cultures that are small, where everyone trusts each other and no government is needed.
June 20, 2020
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Great Context
June 19, 2020
This article pulls no punches in laying out exactly how the fusion of govt & finance continues to serve the rich at the expense of the poor, blowing up wealth inequality & is exactly why we will face an even larger round of #Occupy 2.0 economic protests...
June 19, 2020
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