Social Reform and Worker Cooperatives: Countering Economic Inequality
EDWARD J. MARTIN, ARIANA C. MARTIN, and JEFFREY A. MARTIN
GVER, Vol. 7 No. 1, (2014)
This article points out the value guiding the argument for large government programs and the regulation of the private sector is a desire to socially and economically protect the working class. Without such an effort and value, the working class is poor and with such an effort the working class is correctly labeled the “middle class and they become the heart and force of a democratic society.