An interesting take on "working class" mainstream news stories internal bias that feeds the "white workers for Trump" memes and links whenever the "working class" term comes up.
However, I am not sure this article does commit a comparable error. The export of capital and factory operations was ongoing long before NAFTA. The poverty of Latin America from a century of corruption, exploitation and extraction was reaching revolutionary boiling points in numerous places. Trade agreements replaced raw imperial intervention techniques. US working class interests were never safe from globalization by right wing nationalism in any form. Mexican auto workers have a different view.
The News Media's Blind Spots Covering the Working Class
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