Hillary Clinton reportedly may want to "topple" the 1%, but that does not make the multi-millionaire presidential candidate a hypocrite, says Joseph Stiglitz, author of "The Great Divide".
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Genesee & Wyoming is a one-of-a-kind, global railroad company with dominant positions in North America and Australia.
To create change in America you have to get elected so Hillary Clinton's reported remarks about toppling the 1% are not hypocritical, said Joseph Stiglitz, author of 'The Great Divide'.
The management of the New York Times led by Chairman Arthur 'Pinch' Sulzberger is letting its editorial opinions bleed onto the front page more than ever.