Working Class Workers are the economy’s lifeblood. A worker is anyone who puts in a day’s labor and is given a wage in return. The profit the worker creates for a corporation is far greater than the wage the worker receives. It’s no different in the U.S. war industry, which is comprised of corporations that develop, market, and sell goods and services to the U.S. (military and intelligence) and allied governments. The bundling of these corporations with the U.S. military establishment forms the infamous military-industrial complex.