Monthly Archives: July 2017

There’s a problem with the way we define inequality

By Bryan Lufkin| We are failing to look at inequality in the right way, according to researchers who study people’s attitudes to wealth disparity. Haves and have-nots. The 99%. The income gap. The chasm between rich and poor has … Continue reading

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Liu Xiaobo: The man China couldn’t erase

By Carrie Gracie|BBCNEWS Activist Liu Xiaobo has died after spending eight years in prison. “There is nothing criminal in anything I have done but I have no complaints.” So stated Liu Xiaobo in court in 2009, and in the eight … Continue reading

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