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If you have reached this point in the book (or jumped ahead), you probably have one central question on your mind: have we gone too far into the inequality death spiral to reverse direction?
After all, the more one stares into the abyss and comprehends the enormous social and ecological costs of extreme inequality, the more frightening the picture becomes. And assessing the power and resources available to the rule riggers is equally daunting. It appears that the top 1 percent and a few thousand corporations have a lock on our political system.
There is also, if we truly tune in, a great ...