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Based on 24 Critics
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fan reviews ( 6 )
  • The fortunate thing about for Inequality for All is that, for all its good information and useful insight, it also has an appealing person at its center: Robert Reich, the economics expert and Berkeley professor who was also the labor secretary under Bill Clinton. show more

  • Jacob Kornbluth's lively documentary is both a polemic and a teaching tool. show more

  • The wonkiness is at a minimum and Reich delivers it with tales from his own life, since he’s the son of a dress store owner and a mom who helped in the shop. Essential viewing, no matter how you cut it. show more

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  • October 27, 2013 wr00000000169323
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    Now I saw it, fantastic and true. This powerful movie answered a lot of my questions about why our economy is going nowhere. if you consider yourself "middle class", you should see it.

  • October 22, 2013 jkejulian
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    Even in the movie a number of the wealthiest people interviewed recognize the problem that we need a stronger thriving Middle Class who used to have more income for purchasing so demand will increase so that this country can continue to survive.

  • October 20, 2013 macinmaine1
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    Everyone should see it. Why are we so unaware of this?

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