Yes, morality is relevant as well. I took a much more simplistic view that essentially switches the role normally associated with modern master and slave. While Americans as a citizenry have been the masters all this time it is their money that has, like the slave to Jung, inseminated the culture into bondage.
"The catch is that these can't be managed overnight or even in a few years. The most successful spin cycles, like the economic one that peaked in and around the millennium, take a generation or more to reach fruition."
Simply a realization in the idea of psychological infection by a permeating influence in a society. The question would be if the financial system is in fact a slave or master morality? Can the roles of Jung be switched? Does the master influence his subject as effectively as the slave to his master?
What relationship or affect do you see master-slave morals having to the American/World economy and by proxy its culture?