The two great vested interests: bankers and communists

Pope Francis' 80-page manifesto has been called Marxist by some. But he raises the valid point that rising inequality is threatening the fabric of society and vested interests are to blame.

"Until exclusion and inequality in society and between peoples are reversed, it will be impossible to eliminate violence."

- Pope Francis, in last week's "Apostolic Exhortation".

On the final Inside Business program yesterday, strategist Gerard Minack showed this chart:


Graph for The two great vested interests: bankers and communists

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