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A Study Shows That Rich Democrats and Rich Republicans Are Equally Uncaring

So I never tire of citing studies that show the obvious. Here’s one: Rich Democrats and rich Republicans are equally okay with growing income inequality.  (The details of the study are silly. But we don’t need them to affirm its truth.) That might be dismissed as an inevitable downside of our meritocracy based on productivity. Rich folks think they deserve what they have: money.
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