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America Has Become A Three-Caste, Medieval Economy

The larger income inequality becomes, the more contentious our discourse

A peasant wedding in The Middle Ages — Public Domain by Pieter Bruegel on Wikimedia Commons.

It’s interesting how thoughts can come to you. Watching the Superbowl, specifically the ads contained in the broadcast, I was struck by two things. The first was the abundance of crypto advertisements, reminiscent of the late 90s or early 2000s. Does anybody…

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Peter Shanosky

Peter Shanosky

Professional lender/banker. Writing hobbyist and film/TV aficionado. Writing on economics, finance, and business. Purposely apolitical and anti-inflammatory.

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