"Don't paint me into a corner!", he shouted, gesturing wildly towards a corner of the room where, years ago, a cartoon of a man who had painted himself into a corner once hung.
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This isn't "surprising", but here's more data showing the rise of income inequality coinciding with the turn to neoliberal economics in the late 70s (and continuing to accelerate).
Also "not surprising" (although it apparently was to the writers) is that sweatshops don't actually lift people in poor countries out of poverty.
By fnord12 | April 27, 2017, 9:14 AM | Liberal Outrage