Economic Inequality and What YOU Can Do About It: A Primer and Call to Action! has been written to appeal to a broad, intelligent, thoughtful, and open-minded readership. Professional jargon is avoided and the author relies on common sense and down-to-earth sociology to make his case. An independent anonymous reviewer wrote "Economic Inequality is an informative, persuasive, and concise book that balances the thin line between detailed information and a fun reading experience. It is clear that the author has done an exhaustive amount of research on the topic and his expertise pulls the reader through the book. His humor and experience as a teacher helps to lighten the mood on what could otherwise be a dry topic. The questions immersed in each chapter are interesting and insightful. The writing is unexpectedly light, friendly, and fun. His teaching skills allow the reader to experience the book as if being instructed in a classroom and makes the proceeding calculations more fun. It is a wonderful book." Henry Mannle exclaimed "It's the rebuttal to Adam Smith. Well written, easy to follow and interesting without ideological harping! High points are the significance of the Gini ratios and the concept of relative deprivation."
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