No. Our days of fighting our government with guns on a national level are long gone. The average person just wants a job that will allow them to own a home, provide for their family and be able to take an annual vacation.
Unemployment of 8% means that 92% of the people are working. If we did not have a Civil War in the 1930s during the "Great Depression" when in 1938 the unemployment rate was at (19%) it's not likely to happen at 8-9% unemployment levels.
Note: This was also during the time when a controversal social program came along called Social Security. Every working person was forced to pay this tax. Today the majority of seniors would broke or relying on their children for a place to stay and food if there were no social security or medicaid insurance progams.
Another controversial government program was adding fluoride to drinking water starting in the 1940s. During the 1950s and 1960s, some opponents of water fluoridation suggested that fluoridation was a communist plot to undermine public health. Despite opponents' concerns, water fluoridation has been effective at reducing cavities in both children and adults across the country. Having said that today most people drink bottled water. (not to avoid flouride) but all the other crap in our water supply. LOL!