Money Is The Problem By Robert B. Reich Essay

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Money is the Problem
(An analysis of Robert B. Reich’s writing Why the Rich are Getting Richer, and the Poor, Poorer.)

Why are the rich getting richer and the poor, poorer? This is a very perplexing question, that can be more thoroughly explained through Robert B. Reich’s literary work called Why the Rich are Getting Richer and the Poor, Poorer. Eduardo Porter gives us a little more background about the author, “Some scholars -- including Robert B. Reich, who served as Labor Secretary during the Clinton administration and now teaches at the University of California, Berkeley” (Eduardo Porter) Along with those accomplishments he was also the Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy. Also, Time Magazine named him one of the ten most effective cabinet secretaries. He helped with the School-to-Work Opportunities Act; skill standards that clarify what level of skills a worker must have to be employed, linking unemployment, the enactment of the Retirement Protection Act, and many more. Reich has written thirteen books and a few of them have been best sellers; he is a very hard working man that accomplished many things throughout his life time. In the work Why the Rich are Getting Richer and the Poor, Poorer Robert B. Reich is firm on the idea that the inevitability of the economy going down is based on the differences between rich and poor.
Robert B. Reich in his article Why the Rich are Getting Richer and the Poor, Poorer really harps on the issues of immigrants coming into…

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