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19 Authority Votes
Assertion made on Jan 24, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Relevant Topics
Politics   2 
Experts Say
Voted to Affirm on Jan 27, 2011, Explaining:
“Many studies have been done that show social and
even economic suffering is the result of an
increasing gap between rich and ppor and a
concentration of wealth in the hands of the few.
Societies that are more egalitarian report higher
levels of happiness, health, job satisfaction,
etc.”
“Many studies have been done that show social and even economic suffering is the result of an increasing gap between rich and ppor and a concentration of wealth in the hands of the few. Societies that are more egalitarian report higher levels of happiness, health, job satisfaction, etc.”
 
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Voted to Affirm on Mar 14, 2011
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Voted to Deny on Jan 27, 2011, Explaining:
“I agree with the studies, a smaller gap reports
higher levels of happiness, health, etc. However,
if wealth is more spread would entrepreneurs move
elsewhere. If so, a lack of innovation would have
a negative effect on education, economics,
etc. Until the study has been done in this
context I think the data is inconclusive. ”
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Voted to Affirm on Jan 27, 2011
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