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Toby Sanger | Experts polled for the Global Risks Report for this month's meetings of the World Economic Forum in Davos selected severe income inequality as the most likely global risk to manifest.
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Toby Sanger | Finance Canada published its annual Tax Expenditure Report for 2011 and it shows that the cost of some of the most inequitable tax preferences and loopholes continues to rise.
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Kerri-Anne Finn | Today the CCPA released its annual look at CEO compensation, and found that by noon on January 3rd, Canada's Elite 100 CEOs will have already pocketed $44,366.
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Seth Klein | If 2011 was the year rising inequality finally exploded into the mainstream discourse, now we need to have a serious conversation about what to do to reduce the gap.
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John Pringle | Letter to us, the one per cent, for the holiday season: It was worth marginalizing the rest of the world, right?
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Andrew Jackson | Further to Toby's post, the OECD report on inequality is worth a careful read. It bolsters, through careful analysis, two key arguments long advanced by the labour movement and progressive economists.
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Toby Sanger | Following concern expressed by the IMF, the Conference Board and thousands of protesters around the world, the OECD has just released an extensive 400-page report on the problem of growing inequality.
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Rick Salutin | Tom Naylor's new book is based on "a quantum leap in sheer numbers of those loaded with loot." The appalling esthetics and detestable ethics of the 1 per cent seem to energize, not deplete him.
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Amy Goodman | Occupy protesters marched on local branches of banks, so participants could close their accounts, and others could hold teach-ins to discuss the problems created by these unaccountable institutions.
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Linda McQuaig | After only two months, the Occupy movement -- without backing from billionaires or governments -- seems to have moved us into a new era. Not bad for a leaderless group that sleeps in tents.
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Marc Lee | A year ago, I posted "What are the game changers?", an attempt at sparking some strategic thinking for the left. After a month of Occupation, I want to put some of these ideas back on the table.
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Amy Goodman | We got word just after 1 a.m. Tuesday that New York City police were raiding the Occupy Wall Street encampment. I raced down with the Democracy Now! news team to Zuccotti Park.