The short version: He doesn’t give an inch — and clearly explains why.
A survey of recent state and local organizing against taxpayer subsidies for the 1 percent.
A new perspective that looks at humanity as a whole.
The next time you’re at a CVS store, give a thought to the woman at the cash register. She’s paid 422 times less than the CEO of the company.
We’re coming apart as a society, and inequality stands right at the core of that unraveling.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce claims corporations would have to spend small fortunes to calculate the CEO-worker pay ratio that the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act requires.
By one measure, Chile ranks as the most unequal nation in the developed world.
New rankings of U.S. congressional districts by level of inequality reveal some startling patterns.
Serious critics of inequality are not using the arguments that right-wing cheerleaders for our existing economic order would have you think.
Inequality became the lightning rod it is today only when wealth and incomes became as concentrated in the United States as they have been in other highly unequal countries.