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    Compelling case against inequality

    This book presents a very compelling argument about inequality and its overall effects on society. I think the book is persuasive and produces a provocative piece of evidence. However, even thought I personally agree with the authors, I think the book is written in a way that seems biased where the idea of the inequality as the cornerstone of almost all mankind problems is overstretched. The book doesn't achieve a good balance between an academic or divulgation work. In other words, the way like this book is written is its worst enemy for convincing the reader. Specially a very skeptical and against taxes one.

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