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Inequality for All: A Passionate Argument on Behalf of the Middle Class

Inequality for All is a documentary film about income inequality, public policy, and economics. It examines the widening inequality in the United States.

"This movie is critically important. It exposes the heart of our economic problem. Something that’s been getting worse and worse for over 30 years. Widening inequality,” says Robert B. Reich, the Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley, the Secretary of Labor in the Clinton administration, chairman of Common Cause, and founding editor of the American Prospect magazine.

“Until we can take a step back and understand the big picture, we can’t do anything to get ourselves out of this mess. Our democracy as we know it depends on it. I’m an educator. I love the classroom. But I also write books, appear on television and on the radio, and do everything else I can do to help people understand the economic truth,” says Reich, whom Time Magazine named one of the 10 most effective cabinet secretaries of the twentieth century. “It’s my life’s work and it’s more important than ever. One of the best ways to help people understand the challenges we face, is with a movie that can grab an audience and move them to action."

— Source: http://inequalityforall.com