Why Rich People Better Start Worrying About Income Inequality

Why Rich People Better Start Worrying About Income Inequality

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Aug. 1 2012 7:15 PM

Michael Lind: Why Rich People Better Start Worrying About Income Inequality

Mitt Romney famously said that income inequality is a subject best discussed in "quiet rooms." Michael Lind, author of the new book Land of Promise, says that if people of Romney’s economic class know what’s good for them, they’ll find a place to talk about the problem very soon—and then do something about it.

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