The depth, subtlety, of the analysis impresses

By the Carter presidency, no one on either side of the aisle cared much about American workers, which is why deindustrialization looks in hindsight like what it was: an economic hate crime perpetrated upon organized labor by the insidious wealth transfer cartel that seems to run everything.

4 thoughts on “The depth, subtlety, of the analysis impresses”

  1. His “neoliberalism” seems to be both opposition and support for the same subsidies. The intellectuals abusing the language need to decide which it is.

  2. “the insidious wealth transfer cartel that seems to run everything” called “cosa nostra” (sometimes referred to as “Mafia”) which runs the unions and, through their power to get votes out for the Democrats, heavily influences (without quite controlling) the Democrat Party. [Hence Jack Ruby bumping off Lee Harvey Oswald for killing “their” guy.]
    However I don’t understand why AP thinks Cosa Nostra was behind deindustrialisation since it weakened their grip.

  3. the insidious wealth transfer cartel that seems to run everything

    That’s a lot of words to avoid saying “Jews”.

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