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Documentary 'Inequality for All' reveals have/have-not chasm

Former Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reich is featured prominently in the documentary “Inequality for All.”
Former Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reich is featured prominently in the documentary “Inequality for All.”
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DIRECTED BY: Jacob Kornbluth DOCUMENTARY WITH: Robert Reich, Nick Hanauer, Ladd Rasmussen and Nancy Rasmussen RATED: PG GRADE: A RUNNING TIME: 89 minutes If a movie crammed front-to-back with bad news, woeful stats and glaring injustice can be considered inspiring, well, then, “Inequality for All” — starring the diminutive, indefatigable Robert Reich — is that movie. A must-see documentary about America’s widening income gap and shrinking middle class, “Inequality for All” shadows the former secretary ...


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