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November 27, 2007

Student editorial on inequality

I came across a student article that may be of interest when I was reading advice by Luz Herrera (a visiting faculty member at Chapman Law) to Harvard Law students considering public interest, available here.  In the Nov. 15 Harvard Law Record (I worked for it while in law school and I apologize that I haven't removed it from my list of bookmarked websites), Andrew Kalloch has an Op-Ed on "Toward an Interdisciplinary Understanding of Inequality."  In it Kalloch calls attention, albeit somewhat unscientifically, to the connection between psychological development and egalitarianism and implicitly to the costs imposed by today's problematic inequality. 

-E.R. erosser@wcl.american.edu

November 27, 2007 in News Coverage of Poverty | Permalink

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