Interesting point about inequality and redistribution policy:
As you’ve probably heard, there’s been an explosion of inequality in the United States over the past four decades. The gap between high-skilled and low-skilled workers is bigger than ever before, and it continues to grow.
How can we close the gap? Well, I suppose we could round up a bunch of assembly-line workers and force them to mow the lawns of corporate vice presidents. Because the gap I’m talking about is the gap in leisure time, and it’s the least educated who are pulling ahead.
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