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The crisis of the middle class constitution why economic inequality threatens our republic ganesh sitaraman is a bold and visionary thinker whose new book the crisis of the middle class constitution shows that the disappearing american dream is more than a policy problem it is a constitutional crisis. The crisis of the middle class constitution why economic inequality threatens our republic by ganesh sitaraman 423 pp alfred a knopf 28 president obama labeled income inequality the . Praise for the crisis of the middle class constitution why economic inequality threatens our republic in his fine book both history and a call to arms ganesh sitaraman argues that the contemporary explosion of inequality will destroy the american constitution . In this original provocative contribution to the debate over economic inequality ganesh sitaraman argues that a strong and sizable middle class is a prerequisite for americas constitutional system a new york times notable book of 2017 for most of western history sitaraman argues constitutional . Economic inequality has been the achilles heel of political systems from as far back as the ancient greek democracies and the roman republic the ancients foresaw that such inequality led inevitably to political inequality and from there to instability class warfare and revolution
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