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January 26, 2014 12:00 AM

David Brooks: The inequality problem

Suddenly the whole world is talking about income inequality. But as this debate goes on, it is beginning to look as though the thing is being misconceived. The income-inequality debate is confusing matters more than clarifying them, and it is leading us off in unhelpful directions.

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