Inequality: First, Do No Harm
By Vincent Geloso, Steven G. Horwitz
This article appeared in the Summer 2017 issue of The Independent Review

The debate about inequality has been ill served by the failure to conceptually distinguish inequalities that are socially harmful from inequalities that are not. Making this distinction can help society focus on removing bad policies and other impediments that harm the poor and marginalized.

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