I write about politics and economic justice
In major North American cities, housing prices are well beyond what most people can afford.
The average price for a detached home in Toronto (where I live) is now $1.6M, up one-third since this time last year.
As capital’s share of national income continues to rise past levels thought possible, inequality (we are told) will increase.
But is this necessarily the case?
People constantly tell pollsters that “jobs” is the issue they most care about. Take a look at this table of top issues as reported by Gallup: