|22 Feb 2015 @ 04:43|
The economy of the United States is still in shambles. Our financial industry is teetering on failure, yet it runs the country and, to a great extent, the world. Our society is shaky, with strong divisions. Good, well-paying jobs are too few and there is little job security. Income disparity and wealth disparity have increased dramatically. Health care is still far from what it should be. Our government, for all practical purposes, has become an oligarchy.
Things have been better in the past. Does this mean we should revert to the way we've done things at some time in the past, or does it mean that we should take some lessons from the past and move forward by establishing new priorities and redesigning our systems to hopefully work better? More >