The Spirit Level: Why Greater Equality Makes Societies Stronger + How Economic Inequality Harms Societies (must see)

Inequality Hurts Us All

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Previously published July 4, 2010

talkingsticktv
January 23, 2010

Talk by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett co-authors of The Spirit Level: Why Greater Equality Makes Societies Stronger recorded January 8, 2010 at Hogness Auditorium, University of Washington, Seattle.

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Richard Wilkinson & Kate Pickett: Why Greater Equality Makes Societies Stronger (must-see)

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Image by Dean.Chahim via Flickr

Dandelion Salad

[Note: posted previously with another video but thought it deserved its own post.]

talkingsticktv
January 23, 2010

Talk by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett co-authors of “The Spirit Level: Why Greater Equality Makes Societies Stronger” recorded January 8, 2010 at Hogness Auditorium, University of Washington, Seattle.

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Bill Moyers Journal: Bryan Stevenson and Michelle Alexander + Inequality

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Bill Moyers Journal
April 02, 2010

Bryan Stevenson and Michelle Alexander

In the months before his death, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had expanded his focus on racial justice to include reducing economic inequality. On this week’s 42nd anniversary of King’s assassination, Bill Moyers sits down with attorneys Bryan Stevenson and Michelle Alexander to discuss how far we’ve really come as a country, how poor and working class Americans have been falling behind and what America must do to fulfill Dr. King’s vision.

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Max Keiser Report №25: Kate Pickett + Why Greater Equality Makes Societies Stronger

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RussiaToday
March 16, 2010

This time Max Keiser and co-host Stacy Herbert report on insider trading in the prediction markets and the billionaire boom and the scary rich outside America. Keiser also speaks to Kate Pickett, author of “The Spirit Level: Why More Equal Societies Almost Always Do Better” about the consequences of inequality.

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