There is an illusion that American workers' economic woes are attributable to their own lack of appropriate skills rather than to concerted efforts on the part of capital to disempower workers.
Many proposals to prop up or restore the health of our current economic system are at odds with improving the standard of living for workers in the U.S.
"If Silicon Valley were a country, it'd be sixth in the world in GDP per capita."
Finally, most people outside the one percent at the top are realizing that the vast gulf of inequality is very dangerous for our country and the world.
Today, all of us can be ordinary citizens, using the singular eye of smartphones, blogs, and shares, to expand everyone's vision.
An economy that works for working people is one of the challenges for the CPUSA and the entire progressive movement.
"The return of plutocracy to America was no accident. The drastic decline in market competition has been a result of conscious political decisions."
Joseph Stiglitz views growing inequality (a Marxist might say "the growing class divide") as a threat that may block economic recovery.
99 To 1: How Wealth Inequality Is Wrecking The World And What We Can Do About It, by Chuck Collins, helps readers gain a mastery over the practical politics of attacking inequality.
Tax Day demonstrations took place by the hundreds this week from one end of the nation to the other.