yes, but becoming is the wrong word.
we are many generations into that world￼￼
we call it by different names each generation
but what it really amounts to is we believe because we are taught and want to believe is that we are not so different from the wealthy
we don’t see that we live in the world of indentured servitude and that’s who we are
importantly, it is not slavery it is indentured servitude
most things that you seem to purchase have legal obligations, One of which is substituting a company supplied arbitrator for legal representation
under a certain income, most cannot afford legal representation generally
but legal representation guarantees an opportunity of constitutional￼￼ support whereby One’s individual rights matches up to the rights of a giant corporations “individual” rights
of course it still can’t because we don’t have lobbyists in congress nor neoliberal contracts with government
in short, our constitutional guarantees are supplied by privatized government proxies as we lack the direct access, our entire lives sold to the company store before we were even a twinkle in the eye￼ of our parents.