Jason Boog, author of "The Deep End," sees a template for writers and publishing workers today in the political activism of Great Depression writers.
"We don’t go to rich people’s wine caves — this is a campaign of the working class ... by the working class, and for the working class," the senator declared.
"We should be taxing the soaring profits of our own multinational corporations and using the revenues to help working-class households," Jeffrey Sachs wrote.
The ironworker who took on Paul Ryan wants to help other people of modest means run for Congress.
Like the congresswoman-elect, poor people are simultaneously shamed for their poverty and told that they're not poor enough.
The midterms are a test of the Democrats' strategy of targeting middle-class voters on Medicaid, Social Security and raising the minimum wage.
Come November, his members will "probably" back Democratic candidates.
It's not just billionaires who are benefitting from runaway inequality.
He's the one who brought it up.
Playing it safe just isn't safe anymore.