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The Real Reason Inequality Is Widening and Average Working Americans Can’t Gain Ground

For the past quarter-century I’ve offered in articles, books, and lectures an explanation for why average working people in advanced nations like the United States have failed to gain ground and are under increasing economic stress.

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The Income Gap Between Races Is Wider Than It’s Been for Decades

Wealth inequality between whites and their black and Hispanic counterparts has reached its highest point since the late ’80s and early 2000s in the U.S.

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Shrinking the Global Income Gap

A new study from Harvard Business School suggests that people all across the world, from very divergent backgrounds and ideologies, want the income gap to become smaller—and also that it’s actually bigger than they realized.

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We Need to Raise Most People’s Wages to Grow the Economy for the Majority, Not the 1 Percent

Other cities and states should follow Seattle’s example.

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NYC: Where Bonuses Rise, and The Working Poor Still End Up Homeless

Bonuses on Wall Street jumped 15 percent in 2013, while record numbers of New Yorkers poured into homeless shelters.

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Study: Tax Cuts for Rich Not Path to Economic Growth

Contrary to what conservatives have been pushing, reducing taxes for the wealthiest Americans will not grow the economy. However, according to a new study by the Congressional Research Service, it does help to create income inequality.

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How Economic Inequality Harms Societies

Richard Wilkinson and partner Kate Pickett ran the data and came to the conclusion that the national income of a country is insignificant to its social well-being when compared with income inequality. Wilkinson says, “If Americans want to live the American dream, they should go to Denmark.”

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