Connie Schultz busts myths in the Cleveland Plain Dealer. A nugget:
A wise man once wrote, “The working classes didn’t bring this on. It was the big boys that thought the financial drunk was going to last forever and overbought, overmerged and overcapitalized.”
That came from Will Rogers on Oct. 25, 1931.
Today, he’d be accused of engaging in class warfare.
I am reminded of the union mantra: They only call it class warfare when we fight back.