A History of Income Inequality in the United States

Reviewed by Somer Anderson

Income inequality is consistently a major topic in U.S. presidential races. Gini coefficient figures have ranked the U.S. as one of the worst places for income equality among developed economies for many years now and this issue is only getting worse.

With a host of social ills—such as slavery, immigration problems, and Japanese internment camps—correlated with high levels of income inequality, it is crucial for the U.S. to figure out how to reduce its income inequality. Fortunately, history gives us a useful guide to policies that can be implemented to aid in that goal. A […]

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