From the high school “cool kids” to the various types of modern “polis,” to use Aristotle’s language, there have always been elites, who we perceive as controlling our lives.
As we know, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels were not Americans. They were very European. While true that the bulk of America’s population (except slaves) came from Europe, our country was different. Flight from the class-centered societies of England, Germany, France was easier for American immigrants than staying in their home countries and fighting. ThatContinue reading “Class Struggle in America: Done or Never Started?”