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Wealth inequality


Last updated 2/6/2014 at Noon

Income inequality results in wealth inequality. In 1980, the average large corporation CEO’s salary was 50 times that of the average worker. Today that number is anywhere between 250 to 1,000. As companies grew, the workers have not shared in the growth.

“Trickle Down” economics, a.k.a “Supply Side Economics” has proven to not work, at least for 90 percent of Americans. In the late 1800s they had an earthier name for it: “Horse and Sparrow” economics. If the horse eats enough oats, eventually there will be some oats on the road for the sparrows to pick over.

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