When politicians are given this much money from specific groups, are they really representing the interests of the people? What would politics look like if candidates had to be open about their sponsors? We used Open Secrets and Business Insider to find out!
This clip shows that Proctor and Gamble are now adopting an “hourglass strategy”, where they make products that cater to the wealthy and the poor, and no longer the middle class, which they feel is constantly shrinking. The 2 reporters take on a largely Marxian view, calling the poles the “haves” and the “have-nots” as well as saying that the inequality in the economy is not sustainable and that “this is the stuff that leads to revolutions”.