Normally I would have just blogged this...
It is short and sweet.
I happen to think that class warfare is just a distortion tactic for continuing the separation of people. No statistics are needed. It doesn't matter when it began.
that graph displays the ratio of CEOs to ordinary workers. Class warfare is nothing new but the disparity of the super haves vs the super have-nots has multiplied 300 fold. The enormous growth of corporations since the 70's is one major reason in my opinion.
I'm not an economist ,just an ordinary citizen and one of the super have -nots.
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