The rich don't always win : the forgotten triumph over plutocracy that created the American middle class, 1900-1970
Pizzigati tells the little-known history of average American s and their advocates who dared to challenge wealth and power. Along the way, he exposes the bogus rationalizations the rich trotted out to justify their enormous privilege. In the deeply unequal America of today, those half-truths once more plague us. We beat them back once, Pizzigati reminds us: we can beat them back again.
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|Geneva Public Library||305.55 PIZ (Text)
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