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  1. Rininta Irientantya's rating of the film Inequality for All

    reich's way of talking really makes you interested and engaged in this topic even though you're not interested at all in economics and stuffs like that

  2. ullabella's rating of the film Inequality for All

    Thumbs up for Robert Reich and his important work! Look, listen and learn!

  3. smndvdcl's rating of the film Inequality for All

    One of the silver linings to Bill Clinton's legacy is the hiring of Robert Reich on his administration. He is one of the great Democrat thinkers, who might not be in the same economic league as Thomas Piketty, Joseph Stieglitz and Yanis Varoufakis - but encapsulates the endemic structures that perpetuate inequality (treating GDP growth as its paradox), rather than just illustrating its symptoms.

  4. SiIencio's rating of the film Inequality for All

    Extremely narrow scope, that is, the causes of gross economic inequality within USA from Mr Reich's worldview. Despite the fact that economic inequality is a terrible trait from an ethical and even economic standpoint, shortening the debate (no pun intended) is dangerous particularly when we are barely scrutinising Capitalism and its horsemen, consumerism et al, ideologies that we have already normalised acritically.

  5. keremebrulee's rating of the film Inequality for All

    As good as it can get without class consciousness

  6. film_lies101's rating of the film Inequality for All

    witty, entertaining, and even a bit fun

  7. Mark Tallo's rating of the film Inequality for All

  8. lautrededor's rating of the film Inequality for All

    This movie is not about inequality, it's about Robert Reich. Very superficial too.

  9. mjgildea's rating of the film Inequality for All

    I feel a little smarter and more well-informed for watching Inequality For All, but unfortunately I'm also a little angrier. Worth watching for Robert Reich alone.

  10. MATTEO BITTANTI's rating of the film Inequality for All

    It clearly illustrates why the United States is a failed experiment. This is the most efficient plutocracy on Earth. Reich, however, does not explain that the next thirty years will be dramatic for the population of this country. Should be watched in conjunction with Wiseman's At Berkeley.

  11. Caitlin's rating of the film Inequality for All

    Offers explanations as to why inequality is increasing, but fails to actually critique or call for the dismantling of the capitalist system that creates the inequality. Just doesn't go far enough for me.