The central issue in the 2016 presidential campaign is a question: Who’s going to save the American economy?
And what will that look like?
For now, we’ll be looking at two central issues: 1.
The rise of inequality in the U.S. economy, which is a huge economic and political problem.
In a world where the economy is growing at an astonishing pace, inequality is a problem.
It has reached a crisis level, and it has reached epidemic proportions.
And it’s going, “Whoa, whoa, what is going on?”
A central issue that has emerged in recent years is the rising concentration of wealth in the hands of the top 1 percent of Americans.
This is an issue that resonates with many Americans, and I believe it’s important to understand.
What is inequality?
A central issue is the rise in inequality in America’s economy.
As inequality grows, it’s creating an economic environment that encourages corporations and the rich to maximize their wealth and power.
For example, the CEO of the largest U.N. body, the World Bank, was able to pay himself $100 million.
A wealthy individual can pay a person $10 million more.
If the top one percent gets as much wealth as the bottom 90 percent, then they will not be able to live on that money.
They will be forced to borrow it.
The wealthy are now taking advantage of the fact that they have more money, they can invest more money in companies, and they can create more jobs.
This has created an environment where the middle class is collapsing.
In the U, the middle is collapsing as well.
The average wage has dropped more than 10 percent since the late 1990s.
The number of people with a job has dropped by more than a third.
This means that we have to do more to rebuild our middle class.
The bottom 90% is shrinking.
We have to invest more in education and infrastructure to make sure that people who are struggling in the economy can rise out of the bottom.
This middle class will have to rise out the bottom of the economic ladder.
How will this be achieved?
We have a few ways we can help it.
One way is to raise the minimum wage.
In addition to raising wages for most people, we can also create incentives for businesses to invest in education, training, and infrastructure.
We can also have the federal government help create a minimum wage for businesses and create incentives to recruit and retain young people.
We could also make sure our infrastructure is safe and that our communities are protected, so that our schools and workplaces are equipped to help people who need a good job.
The third way is by supporting unions.
Many states have unions that help provide benefits to workers, and we should help ensure that they are not too weak.
We need to invest our money in jobs that pay a decent wage and provide good benefits, like health insurance and paid sick leave.
There are also unions that are helping to create apprenticeships and to help small businesses to compete.
This creates jobs for the workers and gives small businesses the opportunity to grow and prosper.
But if we don’t have a good union, then businesses can’t compete and workers will be less able to earn enough to support their families.
We should also make it harder for corporations to pay the salaries of their workers.
The last thing we want is for a small business owner to pay $1,000 in union dues to the union, and to then be able then to be able go to court and claim that that small business is not paying enough.
There is a strong case that this is not the case, but we have a long way to go.
What will that cost?
When we look at how much money the top 10 percent of earners make, we find that the bottom half of the U-S.
population makes $12,000.
But this is less than half of what the top 90 percent make.
So, if we look a little more closely at the numbers, we see that the average income of the middle-class is about $22,000, and the average of the wealthy is about, what, $120,000?
In the middle, we have about $60 trillion in debt.
Inequality in our economy is one of the biggest problems in the world, and what we need to do is get our economy to a sustainable level of economic growth and prosperity, so we can all benefit.
We’ve seen this before.
We had a big depression in the 1930s, and a big recovery.
The middle class came roaring back, and unemployment went down.
We’re now at a similar stage in our recovery.
We also have a lot of people who have been pushed out of their homes, so it’s really important that we continue to invest to rebuild the middle and working class.
How can we make our economy stronger?
In addition, we also have to take care of our environment.
We live in a world