Jim Kelly is a technology executive and weekend dissident writing from the data mines of San Francisco. He holds a BA from Berkeley and Ph.D. from Princeton. Follow him @jkellyinsf on Medium or Twitter.
Income inequality in the US celebrated its 50th birthday last year. Having declined steadily after World War II, 1968 began a 50-year winning streak.
Few are cheering, though, because concentrations of wealth are dangerous. People controlling...
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