Money is the Problem (An analysis of Robert B. Reich’s writing Why the Rich are Getting Richer, and the Poor, Poorer.) Why are the rich getting richer and the poor, poorer? This is a very perplexing question, that can be more thoroughly explained through Robert B. Reich’s literary work called Why the Rich are Getting Richer and the Poor, Poorer. Eduardo Porter gives us a little more background about the author, “Some scholars -- including Robert B. Reich, who served as Labor Secretary during the
taking a ticket,” (Broudy). In the world today there are three different classes of wealth, the lower class, the middle class, and the higher class each with different wealth and income. Robert Reich writes about the dilemma that the higher class is becoming wealthier while the lower and middle classes are becoming poorer.
Reich demonstrates the significance of literacy because he believes that getting a good job is directly related to the amount of the education individuals have. In the article “Why the Rich Are Getting Richer and the Poor, Poorer” by Robert B. Reich indicate that “ The decline in union membership has been most striking among young men entering the workforce without a college