The American people want good, solid middle-class jobs, but it’s no longer possible. In middle-class communities all across America, there is an urgent desire to recreate a job market similar to that of the 1950s. This urgent desire is emotionally charged. There is a great feeling that the middle-class has been shafted and forgotten by corporate interests, and this makes people angry. At the same time, there is a great practical need to create a thriving job market—people have to be able to make a living.