'We Are The 99.9 %' By Paul Krugman

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Journal 6 For this journal I read the article “We Are the 99.9%” by Paul Krugman. The first sentence that I’m going to analyse is the one in which he defines inequality as the following “And it also gets past the common but wrong establishment notion that rising inequality is mainly about the well educated doing better than the less educated” (Paragraph 1). As the introduction, I understood the reader who did not agree inequality as a cause of “well educated people doing better than the less educated.” The second sentence is the “Well, aside from shouts of “class warfare!” whenever such questions are raised, the usual answer is that the super-elite are “job creators.” In this part of the article Krugman describes de “super-elite” as a super-empowered

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