How National and Global Inequalities Are Intertwined

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“The recession that began in 2008 brought new life to the public debate on class inequality in the United States. The #OccupyWallStreet demonstrations in 2011 may have left no institutional legacy, but they shined a spotlight on a yawning wealth gap and the role of the “one percent.” In 2020, these themes are being sounded in national media and even on the presidential debate stage”

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