Among the Poor, Women Feel Inequality More Deeply - NYTimes.com
Tina Miller, MA,CFLE stashed this in sociology
In a speech on the impact of inequality on families scheduled for Monday afternoon at the American Sociological Association’s annual convention in San Francisco, Ms. Hochschild plans to focus on how free-market policies are undermining the family.“If the trickle-down theory were correct, the richest countries would have the highest proportion of thriving children,” Ms. Hochschild argues. But they don’t.
Trickle down theory is incorrect, but people in power don't care.