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Inequality in US – Why voters don’t demand income redistribution

John Steinbeck explained that the reason so many of this country’s working- and middle-class vote against their own economic interests is that “Americans are temporarily embarrassed millionaires in waiting.” Researchers at the University of Hannover in Germany have now released data that somewhat supports Steinbeck’s quip. The study measured actual income inequality and upward mobility … Continue reading

Voters Want Plans for U.S. Jobs

 Americans see Jobs as Top Priority for US Next President according to Gallup’s Survey. Voters Want Plans for U.S. Jobs  Bloomberg says. Tarsha Darden, a 34-year-old family doctor who lives in Virginia Beach, volunteered for President Barack Obama’s first presidential campaign. Now she doesn’t even know whether she’ll vote for him. “Normally I’m not a political person but I … Continue reading

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