Further, he argues that attempts to limit such inequality would mean “ending startups.”
How Paul Graham gets it wrong in “Economic Inequality”
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The phrase he used is “Ending economic inequality would mean ending startups,” which seems pretty clearly true to me and is a VERY different statement than “reducing inequality would mean reducing startups”. Later in the essay, it seems like he’s arguing three different things that we should attack to reduce inequality — closing loopholes on “cheaters”, reducing poverty, and increasing social mobility.

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