Middle Class * Union Made examines the economic forces of price gouging, wage cutting, and excessive debt that are weakening the middle class and leading us toward a landlord society that benefits none but the very few. The income distribution in the United States is now as tilted toward the hyper-wealthy and against the middle class as it has been since the Great Depression. Government must help in reversing the trend, but it cannot do it alone.
Strong and effective unions are an essential part of any strategy that will restore and maintain the American middle class.
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Dr. Richard A. Levins was Professor Emeritus of Applied Economics at the University of Minnesota. He is an award-winning author of books about policy and market power issues affecting the food system.
His articles have appeared in major newspapers across the country, in leading industry publications, and in professional journals. His writing draws upon a 25-year academic career involving both advising on-going businesses and teaching economic principles at the college level. He now maintains an active practice in consulting, writing, and public speaking.
Mr. Levins lives in Minneapolis, MN.
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