Changing our economy through culture

There’s a reason America’s economic classes are growing farther apart, and it’s not just the money. I have lived in the South for my entire life. Most of that time has been in Central Texas, surrounded both by poverty and by all different kinds of money: little and big, old…

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Degrees Under Siege

In the fast-paced, goal-driven society that is the United States, citizens always seem to be wanting more. More money, more power, more prestige, more material possessions. With this intense desire for “more,” individual success is based on one’s career. Certain occupations in the workforce hold more leverage and garner more…

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