Moyers & Company
What the 1% Don't Want You to Know
Bill talks with economist Paul Krugman about a new book that's the talk of academia, Capital in the Twenty-First Century, by Thomas Piketty. It shows that two-thirds of America's increase in income inequality over the past four decades results from steep raises given to the country's highest earners. Krugman says: "We’re becoming very much the kind of society we imagined we're nothing like."
American Indians Confront "Savage Anxieties"The Children’s Climate CrusadeThe New Robber BaronsDemocrats Bow Down to Wall StreetThe United States of FergusonThe Long, Dark Shadows of PlutocracyHow Public Power Can Defeat PlutocratsThe Bare Knuckle Fight Against Money in PoliticsFacing Down Corporate Election GreedBreaking Big Money’s Grip on ElectionsThe Fight — and the Right — to VoteKeeping Faith in DemocracyRestoring an America That Has Lost Its WayToo Big to Jail?America’s New War in the Middle EastClimate Change: The Next GenerationClimate Change: Faith and FactElizabeth Warren on Fighting Back Against Wall St. GiantsHow Tax Reform Can Save the Middle ClassJoseph E. Stiglitz: Let’s Stop Subsidizing Tax Dodgers
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