"The forgotten men and women of our country," Donald Trump promised on election night 2016, "will be forgotten no longer." It was a key part of his appeal as a political outsider, that the two parties' politicians had failed to shield ordinary people from the cruelties of modern capitalism, but he would be different. Voters had plenty of reason to be eager for such a promise. The days when you could graduate high school and head right into a good, secure job with good benefits that would...

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