“Getting dressed passed my underwear is a new thing for me.”
Screenwriters and producers come from the professional classes. Once they started making shows about their own kind, Archie Bunker and the working class got booted from prime time, never to return.
Fifty years ago, nearly one in three workers in the private sector carried a union card. But today barely 8 percent of the private sector is unionized. The movement is hobbled by a leadership which has stuck with tactics and slogans conceived when Franklin Delano Roosevelt was president.
See what else is in the new issue of Doublethink.
A Story of Illegal Immigration and the Cadillac of Christmas Trees
Kermit Roosevelt: Lawyer turned professor turned novelist
Source: AFF Doublethink Online | Joseph Hammond
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