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HeadLocke No. 77: Much debate about income inequality gets the issue wrong

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HeadLocke No. 77: Much debate about income inequality gets the issue wrong

 
 
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Democratic presidential contenders Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are among the most vocal critics of rising income inequality in the United States. “But they misread the situation and misdiagnose the underlying problems,” writes David Henderson in Reason magazine. Henderson, research fellow with the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, devotes an article to “The Truth About Income Inequality.” He shares his findings with Mitch Kokai.

 

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