The achilles heel of capitalism is that it's possible to enrich yourself by creating more problems than you solve - there is a better way.
Diminished trust in economically unequal societies may have large social effects.
There has been, and always will be, a wealth gap between the rich and the poor. It’s the degree of this disparity that is the issue.
The richest 20% now controls over 67.4% of all wealth in the country. This redistribution happened while we were being told that inequality was of no great concern; so long as the economy was growing, everyone’s life circumstances were improving.
Does it make moral or economic sense to ask taxpayers to subsidize one of the wealthiest companies in the world?