The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Who pays?

We all do, as the costs of economic inequality bankrupt public life

How much economic inequality can a healthy democracy stand before it begins to have harmful political repercussions? At what point do profound economic inequalities undermine the political equality upon which democracy rests? And is the United States heading in that direction?

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