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The cultural ties that bind the super-rich to everyone else are fraying from both ends at once.

The Rise of the New Global Elite

. . . the rich of today are also different from the rich of yesterday. Our light-speed, globally connected economy has led to the rise of a new super-elite that consists, to a notable degree, of first- and second-generation wealth. Its members are hardworking, highly educated, jet-setting meritocrats who feel they are the deserving winners of a tough, worldwide economic competition—and many of them, as a result, have an ambivalent attitude toward those of us who didn’t succeed so spectacularly. Perhaps most noteworthy, they are becoming a transglobal community of peers who have more in common with one another than with their countrymen back home. . . . .

The Winner-Take-Most Economy

Plutocracy Now

The Road to Davos

Philanthrocapitalism

A Nation Apart

Revolt of the Elites

The Backlash

Bridging the Divide

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