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The U.S. has indeed set an example for the rest of the world, but perhaps not the one Senator John McCain had in mind.
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It doesn't make moral, social or economic sense.
Moving from rags to riches is more difficult when there's such a large gap between rich and poor.
And, essentially, work together to do something about it.
We need to properly define inequality before we can fix it.
The Labor Leader is getting his Bern and Jezza on.
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The Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience is going global.
The contrast between first and economy class symbolises much of what has changed in society over recent decades.
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Tinkering at the edges of our economy is no longer enough.
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Some workers do better from free trade than others.
In a land already wrought with political division, the wealth disparities continue to grow.
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Why do we value women's and men's work differently?
My faith in the possibility of having very few at the top, and very few at the bottom, is as strong as ever.
We must call out inequality wherever we see it.