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  • December 13, 2011

    Rochester Democrat and Chronicle features article “The 10 Greediest Americans of 2011”

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  • December 13, 2011

    The Baltimore Sun features article “The 10 Greediest Americans of 2011”

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    "Unfortunately, it was very easy to choose 10," says Sam Pizzigati, editor of the think tank’s “Too Much” weekly newsletter. "That's the problem with our economy at the current time."

    Pizzigati says he could have made things easy by just choosing the top 10 players in the hedge fund industry.

  • December 10, 2011

    The Columbia Missourian features blog “The Other 99 Percent: How the U.S. Compares”

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  • December 10, 2011

    The (Stroudsburg, PA) Pocono Record features blog “The Other 99 Percent: How the U.S. Compares”

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  • December 1, 2011

    Democracy for America TV features report “America Is Not Broke”

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    A Democracy for America panel discussion of the Institute for Policy Studies report "America is Not Broke -- How to Pay for the Crisis While Making the Country More Equitable, Green, and Secure" (www.ips-dc.org) detailing 24 policy suggestions to secure $824 billion of deficit reduction every year.

  • December 1, 2011

    Daily Finance

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    But Chuck Collins, director of the Institute for Policy Studies' Program on Inequality and the Common Good, suggests that the relationship between rich people and their money isn't quite so clear-cut.

    "Sure, some buy into the idea of wealth creation and claim that they are completely responsible for their money," says Collins, "but most realize that their wealth has to do with the society that we live in." Once they reach that conclusion, he argues, it often informs their decisions. "Many people in the 1% for one reason or another have realized that the economy should not be organized to keep funneling wealth to the top."

     

  • December 1, 2011

    The Nation features report “America Is Not Broke”

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  • November 28, 2011

    Public News Service features report “America Is Not Broke”

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    Sarah Anderson, global economy project director with the Institute, contributed to the report.

    "We identified a number of fiscal reforms that could raise as much as $824 billion a year and do it in ways that could make our country stronger, as well as putting people back to work."

  • November 27, 2011

    Kansas City InfoZine features report “America Is Not Broke”

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  • November 27, 2011

    The (Stroudsburg, PA) Pocono Record features blog “America's Real Poverty Rate”

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