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Steele is a well-documented read describing and explaining the sad plight of the American middle class. Corporate America executives and Wall Street financiers receive most of the "finger pointing."
The first is its diagnosis of what's causing the country's economic troubles...Illustration by Joon Mo Kang At least it got the symptoms right...Steele, investigative reporters for Vanity Fair, are angry about unemployment, offshoring, pension
The balanced approach Two new books make the case for greater economic equality Reviewed Dante Chinni Every four years the nation seems to find itself wrapped in a debate about economic fairness and the struggles of the middle class. A presidential
The MIB3 order came two years ago on a referral from a sister company, Holland & Sherry, which provided the fabric for the suits. "They sent us custom measures for the three stars and then we made stock sizes for all the movie's fill-ins," says
Steele on nearly every page of their new book, "The Betrayal of the American Dream." In that bygone America, you could buy bell-bottom pants, a color television or a pair of high-platform shoes and very likely find a label on those products saying "
Steele return in their eighth book to their core topic, U.S. economic policy...The avuncular pair, renowned for chillingly accurate, if uncomfortable, observations, have meticulously sharpened their analysis. Now, four decades of mistaken tax and
Murray Polner is a regular HNN book reviewer. These three authors look at the current condition of our country and find it wanting, and deeply so. If they are to be believed we may be on the road to becoming a plutocracy governed by an oligarchy,