History of Americas One Percent
fileandclaw322.wordpress.com | @fileandclaw322 | In this podcast series we dive into the long and shadowy history of America’s ruling elite through the works of authors who were either silenced, suppressed, or forgotten, to discover the origins of the 1% and from where their power and wealth was, and still is, extracted.
The Vanderbilt Dynasty: The implications of the Commodore's monumental fortune and its origin.
How the American people had public land stolen from them by corporations and foreigners, via fraud, forgery, and political bribes.
A vivid history of how law was created either for the benefit of the ruling elites in America, or for repressing the poor and working class.
The conditions of workers in America prior to the 1900's, and the unending corruption and perversion of Government.
A continuing history of the theft of public land and resources by railroads, politicians, bankers, speculators, lawyers, judges, and the Supreme Court of the United States.
A history of the theft of public lands and resources in the United States of America by politicians, speculators, bankers and canal companies.
Marshall Field's holdings in the notorious Pullman Company and the circumstances of his death.
Further consideration of the fortune of Marshall Field in Chicago, including his land and trading activities.
Other great fortunes based on the ownership of city land considered including the Rhinelanders, Schermerhorns, Goelets, Marshall Field, and Nicolas Longworth.
The Astor family fortune: the dealings of later generations and their lavish lifestyles.
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