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Wash. Post Shows How Tax Policy Worsens Wealth Gap

Sep 12, 2011 | By Stephanie Niedringhaus

As pointed out by today's  (Sept. 12) front page article, "For the very richest Americans, low tax rates on capital gains are better than any Christmas gift." Our nation cannot afford daily Christmas gifts for the super-wealthy!

Here is the article, which should spur us all to demand change.

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Let's Organize!

Aug 11, 2011 | By Stephanie Niedringhaus

We can’t afford to believe that there is nothing we can do to address the awful wealth disparities in the U.S.!

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Letters to the Editor

Aug 11, 2011 | By Mary Georgevich

Letters to the editor are a great way to help spread the word about the campaign and educate others about the wealth gap.

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Senator Landrieu Writes about the Wealth Gap

Aug 09, 2011 | By Stephanie Niedringhaus

We were honored when Louisiana Senator Mary L. Landrieu agreed to write an article for us about what was happening on the Gulf Coast and how wealth disparities there were presenting some unique challenges.

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Wealth Gap Featured on Washington Post's Front Page

Jun 23, 2011 | By Stephanie Niedringhaus

The front page of Sunday’s Washington Post (6/19/11) included another chilling article about growing disparities in our nation.

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Blog: Washington Post Highlights Wealth and Income Disparities

Jun 20, 2011 | By Stephanie Niedringhaus

The front page of Sunday’s Washington Post (6/19/11) featured another chilling article about growing disparities in our nation. Read more

Guest Blog Post: The Budget Reflects Our Values

May 20, 2011 | By Fr. John S. Rausch

Fr. John S. Rausch reminds us that, "with wealth comes power. Translated into politics, the super-rich can inordinately influence legislation and special interest tax breaks." Meanwhile, people of less means are forced "to face their own financial tsunami." Read more

MIND THE GAP! – Major New Campaign To Be Launched in Late May

Did you know that a huge share of our country’s economic gains in recent decades has gone to just 1/100 of one percent of our population? Learn more now in our new blog! And come back often for updates, including information about our upcoming campaign for economic justice! Read more

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