The End of Aspiration

The End of Aspiration
Jin S. Lee/ 9/11 Memorial & Museum via AP

Since the end of the Second World War,  middle- and working-class people across the Western world have sought out—and, more often than not, achieved—their aspirations. These usually included a stable income, a home, a family, and the prospect of a comfortable retirement. 

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