The economic system in force in the United States and Europe enriches the already-rich at the expense of everyone else. This book explains how this wealth-draining system works while suggesting alternatives ignored by mainstream economists.

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Within critical discussions of school reform, researchers and activists are often of two camps. Some focus their analyses on neoliberal economic agendas,

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A forceful argument against America’s vicious circle of growing inequality by the Nobel Prize–winning economist.

The top 1 percent of Americans control 40 percent of the nation’s wealth.

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This book divides two parts. The first part explains why US encouraged outsourcing strategy can influence global wealth inequality. Then, the second part explains whether US can influence global wealth inequality.

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This book divides two parts. The first part explains why US encouraged outsourcing strategy can influence global wealth inequality. Then, the second part explains whether US can influence global wealth inequality.

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This book divides two parts. The first part explains why US encouraged outsourcing strategy can influence global wealth inequality. Then, the second part explains whether US can influence global wealth inequality.

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This book divides two parts. The first part explains why US encouraged outsourcing strategy can influence global wealth inequality. Then, the second part explains whether US can influence global wealth inequality.

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Most rich people who try to narrow inequality turn to philanthropy. But philanthropy won't fix inequality, Conversation reports.

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