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The Redistribution of Income By Roberto Miguel Rodriguez
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One of the most prevalent characteristics of modern democracies in the developed world is the ability of the government to use the power of taxation to redistribute income among different sectors of... More > the population. This power of the government greatly limits individual freedom because it allows the state to confiscate and redistribute wealth, but also has important ethical, economic, social and political implications. In this essay, those aspects will be briefly discussed and analyzed.< Less
Investment Philosophy of the Asquith Group Asia, Tokyo Japan By Matthew J. Sudduth
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The Process involved: 1. Evaluate Your Risk Capacity Level Assess objectives, income targets, and time frame Draw up an Investment Policy Statement 2. Evaluate Existing Investments Assess... More > investments, review tax issues involved, and assets diversification 3. Submit Portfolio Recommendations Joint-analyze proposed investments 4. Institute Investment Adjustments Rearrange accounts 5. Re-evaluate and Redistribute Portfolio Investment evaluation and market analysis< Less
The End of Loser Liberalism: Making Markets Progressive By Dean Baker
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Progressives need a fundamentally new approach to politics. They have been losing not just because conservatives have so much more money and power, but also because they have accepted the... More > conservatives’ framing of political debates. They have accepted a framing where conservatives want market outcomes whereas liberals want the government to intervene to bring about outcomes that they consider fair. This puts liberals in the position of seeming to want to tax the winners to help the losers. This "loser liberalism" is bad policy and horrible politics. Progressives would be better off fighting battles over the structure of markets so that they don't redistribute income upward. This book describes some of the key areas where progressives can focus their efforts in restructuring the market so that more income flows to the bulk of the working population rather than just a small elite.< Less
The End of Loser Liberalism: Making Markets Progressive By Dean Baker
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Progressives need a fundamentally new approach to politics. They have been losing not just because conservatives have so much more money and power, but also because they have accepted the... More > conservatives’ framing of political debates. They have accepted a framing where conservatives want market outcomes whereas liberals want the government to intervene to bring about outcomes that they consider fair. This puts liberals in the position of seeming to want to tax the winners to help the losers. This "loser liberalism" is bad policy and horrible politics. Progressives would be better off fighting battles over the structure of markets so that they don't redistribute income upward. This book describes some of the key areas where progressives can focus their efforts in restructuring the market so that more income flows to the bulk of the working population rather than just a small elite.< Less
We Can Change The World! By Robert Bruce Baird
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The Club of Rome has papers from experts that show we can produce far more with less manpower and new technologies will make this even more so. They also have spoken about the lack of basic terms... More > that cross all cultures or languages and allow us to talk about principles for co-operation and peace. The biggest stumbling block appears to be the people who say there is no plan or conspiracy. If there is no plan let's insist we have a plan to maximize the opportunity humanity and other life on earth does actually have. I back Teilhard de Chardin's call for a 'Conspiracy of LOVE' and I know less taxation or illicit and immoral re-distribution of assets will occur through proper management including a minimum guaranteed income such as J. K. Galbraith called for in his Nobel Prize-winning work.< Less
We Can Change The World! By Robert Bruce Baird
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The Club of Rome has papers from experts that show we can produce far more with less manpower and new technologies will make this even more so. They also have spoken about the lack of basic terms... More > that cross all cultures or languages and allow us to talk about principles for co-operation and peace. The biggest stumbling block appears to be the people who say there is no plan or conspiracy. If there is no plan let's insist we have a plan to maximize the opportunity humanity and other life on earth does actually have. I back Teilhard de Chardin's call for a 'Conspiracy of LOVE' and I know less taxation or illicit and immoral re-distribution of assets will occur through proper management including a minimum guaranteed income such as J. K. Galbraith called for in his Nobel Prize-winning work.< Less

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