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Wayne L. Klein, PhD

Neuropsychological Assessment of Children & Adults; Couples & Individual Psychotherapy Offices in Franklin, MA & Spaulding Center for Children, Sandwich, MA
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Income inequality is rising in the USA and around the world. Modern technologies and the trend towards ever bigger organizations both consolidate wealth. Another factor, especially rampant in nations such as the USA, is the impact of wealth on the political process. In most times and places this is called corruption. Explore Money in state politics

Money at the National levelSome corporations spend more on lobbying than they pay in taxes.

TED Talk Impact of High Economic Inequality

When American jobs go overseas most of us initially benefit from the cheaper goods, until so many of us lose our jobs and until so much wealth goes overseas that we become impoverished. Only those who "earn" their money from their capital will continue to benefit when the entire nation is as gutted out as Detroit. Ross Perot's Giant Sucking Sound of jobs leaving the USAFree Trade Agreement with Korea will cost U.S. jobs

We need a tax on Wall Street financial transactions. Wall Street cost the world trillions in lost wealth, while they continue to reward themselves. The leaders of Germany, France & Japan as well as Warren Buffet, John Boggle (founder of Vanguard funds) and Bill Gates all support this tax on speculation. The Nobel Prize winner in economics Joseph Stiglitz champions the idea. The tax could raise $170 billion a year for the US. Europe may act alone on the tax.

 

 

Wealth in America

 

Distribution of Wealth in America