The Corporate War Against the Middle and Working Classes

By John Johnson There always has been wars between economic interest, in fact other than religion, this has been the prime reasons for war. In the United States one of the most vicious war was in the latter part of the Nineteenth Century of monopoly industries and robber barons in the new Industrial/Gilded Age. There was a very small middle class and conditions for most workers was abdominal. 14 hour work days, in dark, polluted factories. There was a boom in child labor. Young girls were cramped [...]