Ed McCaffrey

USC

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Professor of law and economics at USC.

Ed McCaffrey on KCRW

Wealth inequality is at an extreme in America, so some Democratic presidential candidates are calling for a wealth tax.

How would a wealth tax work?

Wealth inequality is at an extreme in America, so some Democratic presidential candidates are calling for a wealth tax.

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