If you begin by denouncing capitalism, the problem of inequality becomes quite easy to fix as it is pretty obvious what governments have to do. They must use tax laws to take from the rich and give to the poor.
There is a great divide between those who care very much about economic inequality and would do anything to make sure that henceforth everybody will have the same amount of stuff, so that life can be fair, and those whose only response to the reams of data proving beyond doubt that some people are richer than others is to ask: ‘so what?’ For those who have decided to be angry about inequality, the greatest challenge they face is trying to force everyone else to be angry about it too. Trying to make other people angry, when they're quite happy with life and don't actually care if some people are richer than them, is harder than you'd think.
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