The discovery that Hostess tripled CEO pay (and boosted the pay of other senior executives) while blaming overpaid unions for the end of the company is a great example for yesterday's point. It would be fine to blame everyone involved. But some of the issues, like under-funded pension obligations, strike me as more of a management issue than a worker issue. But, regardless, it is striking that the narrative is all about the striking bakers and not the huge cash grab at the executive level.
EDIT: See Thoreau as well.
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