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The pitchforks are coming — for us plutocrats

This article by Nick Hanauer in the July/August 2014 edition of Politico Magazine  (see here) is an eloquent argument for the imperative need to raise the minimum wage.  As I’ve written in earlier posts and comments, those truly interested in “eductional reform” in this nation should be “manning the barricides,” or rather “peopling the barricades,” to demand that this be done.  Good for Nick Hanauer, one of the elite group […]

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