Inequality’s the Issue 

Dumbing down the reality of the class war helps only the corporatist elite.

Like many liberal Democrats, Ruth Ogles Johnson (Viewpoint, February 7th issue) thinks that the way for the Democratic Party to win the support of white working-class voters is A) to assume they are too stupid or uneducated to understand racism and sexism…

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