No, but if I had these two paragraphs, it could have saved a lot of effort...for everyone!I will, jammers at the moment. Probably after lunch.
Btw are you writing for the Guardian?
Rampant inequality is not the fault of a class of people doing exactly what anyone would do in their position, but a political and economic system that incentivizes and enables them to do so. (Don’t hate the player, hate the game.)It follows that the solution is not individual and moralistic, but collective and political.
All over the world, social democratic movements are gaining popularity and power on the strength of ideas meant to reduce inequality and stimulate the economy: increased inheritance tax, maximum wage, taxes on the wealthy, and increased spending on the programs people need to not just survive, but thrive.