For decades, there was a large and robust miuddle class in America. No really, there was. Most Americans could actually expect to be part of it, but no more. Now, for many, the American dream is to simply be out of debt. Author Edward McClelland wrote an article on Salon about the death of the miuddle class. Was it a fluke? Can it exist without government picking winners? What needs to be done to rebuild a middle class. Listen in!

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