One percent or 33: America’s real inequality problem

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January 4, 2012
Acton Institute
by David Paul Deavel  
Posted in Commentary

"The American economy remains sluggish and, from all over the political spectrum, particularly the left, people have turned their attention to inequality. The Occupy Wall Street movement, though without actual plans for reform, emphasizes the growing inequality between the top one percent and the 99 percent of Americans below them, with the implication that income growth among top earners means less for everybody else." (01/04/12)  

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