Briefly, it's important to note that we all exploit. As i said, the greater the wealth, the greater the exploitation. This is a generalisation of course. It's common sense if one knows anything at all about our economic system. Corporations profit more the more they exploit, and those who invest in them reap the benefits of it. It doesn't need explanation, it's logical.
Originally Posted by Adultmale
Amusingly, a friend sent me a link to an article that is somewhat related with no prompting at all. We weren't discussing it:
As i said before, i don't want to go into the many other reasons as unlike you i don't spend countless hours wandering around this forum while contributing remarkably little. I haven't the time. I spend more time reading than i do spouting. You should try it.
The “upper class,” as defined by the study, were more likely to break the law while driving, take sweets from children, lie in negotiation, cheat to increase their odds of winning a prize and endorse unethical behavior at work, researchers reported today in the Proceedings of the US National Academy of Sciences.
Freedom without opportunity is a devil’s gift, and the refusal to provide such opportunities is criminal.
-- Noam Chomsky