Something Worth Fighting For
Inequality in wealth, in the United States, is now higher than in any other developed country. …
For the first time in history, average Americans have less education and are less prosperous than their parents. …
For decades, the American financial system was stable and safe.
But then something changed.
The financial industry turned it's back on society, corrupted our political system and plunged the world economy into crisis.
At enormous cost we've avoided disaster, and are recovering.
But the men and institutions that caused the crisis are still in power …
[They] tell us that we need them.
[That] what they do is too complicated for us to understand.
[That] it won't happen again.
They will spend billions fighting reform.
[That needs to change.]
It won't be easy.
But some things, are worth fighting for.