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A perspective on privatization
Date: 2014-Aug-05           Author: Others
The richest one-percent of Americans own more than a third of all the country's wealth.
Mike Konczal and Bryce Covert explain in the Aug. 18 edition of The Nation providing necessary services to all Americans would be much more effective than privatizing these services in narrowing that gap.
Click here to read the column.