Stephen Kinsella: The squeezed middle are not as squeezed as we might think

Stephen Kinsella: The squeezed middle are not as squeezed as we might think

But they do need the cash to save to alleviate the service bottlenecks they face now. What needs to change is the infrastructural provisions around health, education and housing

The ‘squeezed middle’ is one of those ready-made slogans carefully designed to mean different things to different people. Because just about everyone defines themselves as middle class, and just about everyone has something to complain about, almost everyone can claim to be squeezed in some way.

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