Nations Do Not Transcend Social Class, They are the Manifestation of Social Class at a Global Scale

In the past decades, capitalism has avoided the emergence of worker revolts by redistributing wealth through the welfare state. But such redistribution cannot happen fast enough across nations, as they do within rich countries.

Nations Do Not Transcend Social Class, They are the Manifestation of Social Class at a Global Scale
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