Inequality In The 1980s: A Case Study

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A different issue that affected inequality in the economy was that people with power often would pay themselves large salaries over their employees. The new tax reform was also in favor of the rich because it helped reduced their taxes which did little good for the average American. In 1993 the tax code changed several inequities that were in the government tax structure in the 1980s. The rise in minimum wage improved the quality of living for the people who received a very low wage for working. This caused a decrease in inequality pay but not for income. This simply meant the rich kept getting rich while the poor stayed poor (Hodgson 100-101). In addition, with technology advancement the need for experienced professionals increased. The type
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