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Hayley Schulz Economics 40   Nelson Esparza October 3, 2016   Inequality for All Writing Prompt #1 While Americans strive to achieve equality within the United States economy,  rather a change in question to whether when does inequality become a major problem.  Robert Reich, a now American political commentator, college professor, and author who previously worked in ties with Presidents General Ford, Jimmy Carter, and also with Bill  Clinton during his Presidential term, documented his teachings through discussion of his views on the continuance of inequality in the United States, during his film  Inequality for  All.  Reich clarifies three main questions during this documentary to establish his main  projection towards inequality: what is happening with the distribution of income and  wealth in the United states? Why is this happening? Is this situation a problem? All in  all, how much inequality is America really able to tolerate, to still have an economy that  works for everyone, as well as a functioning democracy.  Robert Reich thoroughly discusses his outlook on the issue of inequality within the  United States economy. Through the essence of capitalism, a correlation of ideas 
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