Are We Doomed to Ever More Inequality?

    America’s ongoing debate over economic inequality may be turning a new page.

    Starting in the 1980s, during the debate’s first chapter, pundits and policymakers battled over whether the United States was in fact becoming more unequal. This initial debate is over now. No serious analyst argues any longer that the gulf between America’s rich and everyone else hasn’t jumped substantially.

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