A 26-year-old MIT graduate is turning heads over his theory that income inequality is actually…
Greg Ferenstein
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It’s not either/or …it’s all or nothing.

It’s a useful tool (a heuristic flower in an otherwise difficult garden to tend) to separate out the role of investment capital from policies impacting taxation and housing. Those policies often reflect the influence and purchasing power of the wealthiest among us. The theory here may be different but the foregone conclusion — hey, we really shouldn’t raise taxes on the very richest businesses and individuals — gives the game away. America’s crisis of radical income inequality will not be solved by focusing exclusively on any one of the elements that comprises this Rubic’s Cube.

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