All Articles on Inequality

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In Win for Women, New Jersey Enacts Nation's Strongest Equal Pay Law
"At a time when women's rights are under attack in most of our country, New Jersey has become an exciting exception."
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'Fox & Friends' Has Total Meltdown Over Sanders Plan to Guarantee Every American a Decent-Paying Job
Decrying the plan as a "vote-buying operation," the Fox panel was particularly appalled by the idea that the rich might be required to pay a bit more in taxes to fund the jobs program
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Report Shows Nation's Richest—Including Trump—About to Enjoy $17 Billion Windfall Thanks to Huge Tax Loophole
"At this point, it's just brazen."
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Embracing 'the Sort of Bold Thinking We Need,' Sanders to Introduce Plan to Guarantee Every American a Job
"Proponents trace the idea back to the New Deal Era, when President Franklin Delano Roosevelt pitched a 'Second Bill of Rights' to Congress in 1944. First on the list: the 'right to a useful and remunerative job.'"
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Arizona's Uprising Teachers Build Bridges, Not Walls
Arizona presents new and interesting challenges to the spreading teacher uprisings, and demonstrates ways that teachers build bridges.
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Students as Debt Slaves
It is time for a system that turns students into indentured servants to go
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Recognizing Working Class Pain 'That Doesn't Make CNN,' Sanders and Rev. Barber Call for Building Truly Moral Economy
"A moral economy is one that says, in the wealthiest country in the history of the world, all of our people should be able to live with dignity and security."
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"Asking them to accept the depressing realities of the society we’re bequeathing to them without expecting them to respond, let alone protest, is tantamount to teaching without listening."(Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images) Views
Students as Teachers: Facing the World Adults Are Wrecking
What happens when a teachers stops and listens to her students.
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As Workers See Crumbs, Biggest Wall Street Banks Have Already Pocketed $2.5 Billion From Trump Tax Scam
"This bill was always a scam on the American people."
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"The finance industry overall was the biggest beneficiary of corporate tax cuts, and is expected to take in $250 billion from the corporate income tax cut alone over next decade, an amount that could fund 300,000 elementary school teachers or 6,000 teachers per state for 10 years." (Photo: David Ohmer/flickr/cc) Views
Tax Day is a Real Holiday for Wall Street
The tax legislation passed last year gives the financial industry plenty of reasons to celebrate.
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