THE RISE OF THE NEW GLOBAL ELITE
F. Scott Fitzgerald was right when he declared the rich different from you and me. But
today’s super-rich are also different from yesterday’s: more hardworking and meritocratic,
but less connected to the nations that granted them opportunity—and the countrymen they
are leaving ever further behind.
By Chrystia Freeland
Copyright © 2011 by The Atlantic
Read by David Erdody