The writer, the chair of the Patriotic Millionaires, is a former managing director at BlackRock and co-author of ‘Tax the Rich!’
The US has long had two tax systems: one for people who work for a living, and another for the wealthy. Many of America’s richest billionaires paid virtually no taxes on hundreds of billions of dollars in added wealth over the past decade, an eye-popping new report from ProPublica has revealed.
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