Apr 10, 2014

The working classes don't want to be working classes

The working classes don't want to be 'hard-working families' by Selina Todd
The Guardian, Thursday 10 April 2014
 "The rhetorical label 'hard-working families' has won Labour no voters and ignores the true nature of social change."
"Hard work has never solved poverty. We work longer hours now than we've done for 50 years, yet the gap between the rich and poor has never been wider."
The working classes shouldn't continue as working classes.
It is time to migrate to the ownership classes. We own our country. It's time to demand our royalties, i.e., citizen dividend, citizen income, or universal basic income.

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