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Class — Chris Dillow

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What the ruling class does not like to talk about and does everything it can to submerge as vital to maintaining political control in a nominally democratic society.The pretense is that the concept of class that lies at the heart of Marx's analysis no longer is true. That may be true, but the sociological reality remains even though it has morphed with the maturing of capitalism.Chris Dillow has a message for the Labour Party. Oh, wait, the establishment of the Labour Party that controls the party (ask Jeremy Corbin about this) is part of the elite, isn't it.Stumbling and MumblingClassChris Dillow | Investors Chronicle

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What the ruling class does not like to talk about and does everything it can to submerge as vital to maintaining political control in a nominally democratic society.

The pretense is that the concept of class that lies at the heart of Marx's analysis no longer is true. That may be true, but the sociological reality remains even though it has morphed with the maturing of capitalism.

Chris Dillow has a message for the Labour Party. Oh, wait, the establishment of the Labour Party that controls the party (ask Jeremy Corbin about this) is part of the elite, isn't it.

Stumbling and Mumbling
Class
Chris Dillow | Investors Chronicle

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Mike Norman is an economist and veteran trader whose career has spanned over 30 years on Wall Street. He is a former member and trader on the CME, NYMEX, COMEX and NYFE and he managed money for one of the largest hedge funds and ran a prop trading desk for Credit Suisse.

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