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Alperovitz speaks about U.S. wealth inequality

Ivy Truong writes for The Daily Princeton with the co-founder of the Democracy Collaborative Gar Alperovitz. Trong writes: 

Alperovitz is the co-founder of the Democracy Collaborative, a research institute that aims to develop a more democratized economy. He was a professor at the University of Maryland and has served as a fellow at the University of Cambridge, Harvard’s Institute of Politics, and the Institute for Policy Studies. He was also a guest scholar at the Brookings Institution. On Wednesday Alperovitz gave a lecture about capitalism in the United States and potential efforts to change it.

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Publication date: 2017-11-28
Parent publication: The Daily Princeton
Publication URL: Alperovitz speaks about U.S. wealth inequality

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