America’s Glass Half Full: Covert Report w/ Andy Stapp >>

EPISODE #25

AIRED: 12-28-2013

Andy Stapp, historian, author & teacher at the Hudson School in the New York area, takes on the challenges & paradoxes ahead for America’s Middle Class & the rising youth. It’s not all doom and gloom. Yes, consumerism is dying; high wage growth is past, but Stapp argues dynamic forces are at work to compensate for those changes. The driving edge of the Occupy Movement continues to thrive in young people who are rising into the ranks of activism. The next 5 years are more hopeful, Stapp argues, than most people are yet aware.

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