The Many can be organized to more efficiently sustain all. The organization can be for good, honesty, and efficiency, or it can be for corruption, lies, and waste. The difference is not to be accounted for merely because the organization happens either to be under the control of union bosses or corporate bosses. The difference is more a reflection of the quality of the spirituality, education, and experience of the Many. In any event, the hard, detailed, day to day work cannot be accomplished by the Organizers, but only by those who are the Organized. In an organized civilization, the workers care little who is the Organizer, so long as he promotes merit and efficiency. No matter how much fiat money may be printed, it cannot promote merit and efficiency for workers who come to believe they are entitled to lay about and receive benefits, while letting all the work fall to managers. Workers cannot be allowed to become or remain organized to demand benefits that would remove from them all incentive to work.
On the other hand, to keep workers so poor, desperate, and dependent that they have no influence to push Organizers to promote goodness and efficiency for all is to reduce them to promote serfs, while giving Organizers no incentive to behave other than as despots. What is needed is neither the destruction of the Middle Class, nor class warfare between the Organizers and the Organized. What is needed is a way to incentive productive merit. That is done with enlightened bills of rights and appropriate checks and balances.
Unfortunately, what is entirely missing in our system is a check against corporations becoming disloyal internationalists, bent on eliminating the influence of the middle class and reducing workers worldwide to compete to provide the cheapest labor. This reduces American freedom and dignity to a lowest common denominator of worldwide serfdom. To curtail this accelerating trend, an enlightened tax policy is crucial. Corporations that produce jobs in America ought not be specially taxed by Americans. On the other hand, corporations that export jobs ought to be highly taxed. Individuals ought to be fairly taxed during their years of production. Aristocracies ought to be curtailed by progressive death taxes. Otherwise, there develops too much of a gulf of animus between classes, too much incentive to class war, too much solidifying of class stagnation, and too much tendency to a new age of serfdom.