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"We may see wealth inequality rise to new heights never seen before in our history."
"An economist with a heart."
"For the first time, executives are going head to head with asset owners in an income race to the top."
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Thomas Piketty's "Capital" is quite controversial. Some people have raved while others criticized it severely. I leave it up to you. Piketty is saying that wealth inequalities in the New World are starting to resemble the inequalities we saw in Old Europe and the best way to regulate this problem is by implementing a progressive tax on capital.