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In the book Affluence and Influence: Economic Inequality and Political Power in America, Martin Gilens discovers that policy outcomes are greatly influenced by the opinions of the rich. In America, the rich and poor rarely differ on opinion, even when it’s against their own self-interest, but when they do disagree, “the people” don’t always get […]
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