Wealth tax

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The president's comments at the Israeli American Council summit were called "vile and bigoted."
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“All we’re saying is when you make it big, pitch in two cents so everybody else gets a chance," the 2020 presidential candidate says in the clip.
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The Microsoft founder also refused to rule out voting for the senator over Donald Trump in 2020.
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The senator urged the former New York City mayor to check out her campaign website "for policy plans that will make a huge difference for working people."
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The Microsoft co-founder also refused to say if he would vote for the senator over Donald Trump.
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The hedge fund manager and Elizabeth Warren foe has criticized her proposed wealth tax.
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The feud between Warren and economist Larry Summers is a reckoning with the Democratic Party's relationship with the super-rich.
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The Massachusetts senator criticized other Democrats at the debate for not hitting billionaires hard enough to help fix income inequality.
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About 12,000 people showed up at the Democratic presidential hopeful's town hall at Macalester College in St. Paul, according to her campaign.
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Billionaire hedge fund manager Tom Steyer appeals to union workers and says he was the first of the democratic presidential candidates to advocate for a wealth tax.
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We "enjoy uncommon fortunes, but each of us wants to live in an America that solves the biggest challenges of our common future," notes the plea.
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"Some part of that wealth that has been built up and continues to be built up and receives favorable preferential treatment in the tax code must be taxed for our common benefit," the presidential candidate said in South Carolina.
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Most Americans are on board with the belief that the government should work to reduce the wealth gap,
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“U.S. wealth concentration seems to have returned to levels last seen during the Roaring Twenties,” economist Gabriel Zucman wrote.
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"Taxing the wealthy" polls pretty well, new surveys find.
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The former Starbucks CEO had mocked the senator's "ultramillionaire" tax plan as "ridiculous."
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As we argued, a determined state should examine the structure of personal taxation which could be levied for the country's
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The injustice of those with the most money not contributing to the public purse erodes the legitimacy of the whole system, leading those with less to feel even less willing to comply.
Detroit
After 1950, Detroit began to shrink, the first break in its sensational upward trajectory. What happened? Some blamed the end of the war, but America was pouring billions into the Interstate Highway System. The world wanted American cars and trucks. The causes of decline must have been internal.
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German scholar Corry Guttstadt exposes the oft-repeated lie that Turkey provided a safe haven to many European Jews during the Holocaust.