When Too Much Wealth Becomes Cancerous

Growth is fine if everyone grows together, but turns malignant when hyper-concentrated

Photo by National Cancer Institute on Unsplash

The age of the trickle-down and the bootstrapping economy has been the defining story of the last generation. In the times after the war, rebuilding and true growth was possible at extraordinary rates. It was the capstone to the industrial revolution that kickstarted prosperity and the population boom. It was…

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