Michael Norton

Harvard Business School

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Associate Professor at the Harvard Business School and co-author of "Building a Better America: One Wealth Quintile at a Time," a report into wealth inequality

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Whether Washington allows a federal shutdown or not, massive cuts are being made in federal programs for the poor and the hungry.

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Whether Washington allows a federal shutdown or not, massive cuts are being made in federal programs for the poor and the hungry.

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