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Jeff Bezos’s $150 Billion Fortune Is a Policy Failure

By The Atlantic

Growing inequality in the United States shows that the game is riggedRead full story

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  • He created and shaped a company that has touched the lives of almost every person in the United States in a positive way. He is much more deserving of his wealth than any of the Kardashians or Beyonce.

  • It’a getting to the point where I’m considering breaking up with Amazon Prime (as convenient as it is). Relative to the amount he makes he doesn't give much to charity and underpays his employees. Maybe he should pay his employees more so they aren't on food stamps.

    Maybe we should have a maximum wage

    It’a getting to the point where I’m considering breaking up with Amazon Prime (as convenient as it is). Relative to the amount he makes he doesn't give much to charity and underpays his employees. Maybe he should pay his employees more so they aren't on food stamps.

    Maybe we should have a maximum wage or very high tax rates for anything above a ridiculously high number. Nobody needs that much money.

  • That’s only half of it his parents investment in 1996 of $250,000 is estimated at $30 billion

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