This is an excellent look at Robert Reich and his economic analysis of income distribution. It is a plain, unvarnished documentary with a wise and humane attitude. His points are clear, and to me, intriguing. I have not yet read his latest book. I do remember him from President Clinton's first term, and a friend says that since then he has been marginalized--at least from the halls of power. He seems a well-balanced person with a good mind, a sense of humor, and much to say. His thesis is tenable, and making and distributing this work is admirable. Kept me enthralled for 85 minutes. Interesting fellow.
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