This wealth in the hands of so few people is to control a threat to our way of life. Johnson grabbed her story through personal interviews with Robert Reich, Adnan Khashoggi, Bill Gates Sr. and Steve Forbes. And he is not afraid to head with Milton Friedman, the economist who coined the term crush "domino effect".
It also shows how the other half lives, with real-world examples of the wealth gap: it takes a visit from a rundown housing project in Chicago, walks around with a cab driver, and sees the human toll of the economy of unfair Florida sugar industry.
Johnson film is at its strongest when he shows how the work of the super-rich to preserve their own plutocracy. As a member of the family "Johnson & Johnson", he rarely gets access to exclusive wealth conference in which the overreaching learn strategies to maintain its assets, and if the personal management style of some of the richest agricultural employers. No large enterprises survived such a massive gap of wealth.
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