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The White Lotus Is a Perfect Satire of Today’s Rich

Alex Hoculi Jacobin
HBO’s brilliant The White Lotus reminds us that class society permeates everywhere, even on a tropical island — something that US television traditionally does its best to hide.


In No One We Trust

Joseph E. Stiglitz The New York Times
Rising inequality means rising distrust: A study published last year by the National Academy of Sciences suggests that the upper classes are more likely to engage in what has traditionally been considered unethical behavior. . . Economic inequality, political inequality, and an inequality-promoting legal system all mutually reinforce one another. . . As always, it is the poor and the unconnected who suffer most from this, and who are the most repeatedly deceived.

We Are In a Class War

Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese Popular Resistance
Persistence and Solidarity are Key Ingredients
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