False Class Consciousness among NPR Listeners?

Today’s installment of NPR’s “Double Take Cartoons” is supposed to be, as the feature indicates, “two opposing political cartoons on today’s news.” It may be argued that the cartoons feed different narratives, but it’s at least clear that they’re just two cartoons bashing the rich.

Funny, both because NPR is subsidized by the feds and because the median NPR listener’s household income is 73% higher that of the average American household.


Do NPR listeners have false class consciousness?

H/T: Walter Olson & The Future of Capitalism.