Economic Egalatarianism Hopeless Without Reform

Economic Egalatarianism Hopeless Without Reform - Economic...

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Economic Egalitarianism Hopeless Without Reform The United States has witnessed fluctuations in the realm of economic equality over the past century. At times, the income gap between members of the American public was not as vast recent studies indicate. The American dream seems all but lost, as individuals continue to remain in the same socio-economic class as the generation before. Upward mobility is virtually lost; Americans must realize that despite possible inaccuracy in Census Bureau measurements of income distribution, there remains economic inequality in the United States. Some believe the Federal government is at fault, due to the lack of assistance provided for the lower class. Others feel that the income gap statistics are misleading, and the issue of economic equality is not as important as what is being implied by recent figures. Regardless of what the case may be, the issue of economic equality has a significant impact on every American. If the problem of economic equality goes unaddressed, then there will continue to be a widening gap in social class. Without appropriate changes being made in public policy, on both local and Federal levels, American’s will not have the opportunity to dream of economic egalitarianism in the United States. Robert Rector, a senior researcher in domestic policy studies at the Heritage Foundation, believes that the Census Bureau’s measurements of income distribution in the United States are inaccurate and misleading to the American public. The Census Bureau measures income
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