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Inequality is the most important challenge facing the next president — but nobody is talking about it

In a recent issue of The Economist, President Barack Obama set out four major economic issues that his successor must tackle. As he put it: “… restoring faith in an economy where hardworking Americans can get ahead requires addressing four major structural challenges: boosting productivity growth,...
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