Why do we all consider ourselves to be part of the “middle class”? Does inequality serve a psychic purpose for us? Yes, says author, as long as we live in a world that is ultimately a zero-sum game, and all sustainable economic models say that is exactly where we live.
Published July 15, 2019 in Warp & Woof What Does My Music Library Say About Me? A Rebuttal to the Personality Link William Sundwick Ever since I can remember, I’ve liked listening to music. My childhood was spent with a father who was a failed violinist in his youth. (He became an engineer.) But, whileContinue reading “What Does My Music Library Say About Me?”
Published April 26, 2017 in Warp & Woof The Professional Class in America: Time to Step Aside? William Sundwick Lately, there has been much written about the changing role in American politics (perhaps, Western democracies, in general) of the upper middle class – we are now calling them the “professional class.” How did this socialContinue reading “The Professional Class in America: Time to Step Aside?”