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Research on How Inequality is Eroding Democracy

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Michel Bauwens
5th April 2013


Michael Brooks interviews Heather C McGhee on the Stacked Deck that confirms how the outsize influence of money misaligns decisions that would favor what the majority of the population supports.

Very good conversation:

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One Response to “Research on How Inequality is Eroding Democracy”

  1. Tom Crowl Says:

    Excellent video…

    Expanding the “donor class” will be found to be a vital element in solution. And the power in small money and large number is very real.

    Limits, transparency and expanded capabilities for participation while reducing the expense of campaigning are real, practical steps which are fully achievable.

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