Posted up in a makeshift hamlet in a neighborhood park in Lower Manhattan, the 99 percent have mobilized in opposition to “the man” and his oppressive capitalist regime. The suits peer down from high
In such a hyper-mediated society, it’s only fitting that watching television is one of America’s favorite and most time-consuming activities. The middle-class American family is a historic character of the small screen, immortalized in such classics as All in the Family and The Simpsons – reassuring the most robust, yet simultaneously fragile social class during bouts of racial strife and economic turmoil. Yet, as wealth disparities grow and the middle class suffers, television offers a new type of reassurance – one that proclaims that rich people are just like us.
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