Robert Reich Takes 'Inequality' to the Big Screen

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Economist Robert Reich is best known for his writing, which highlights the income gap between America's highest-earning "one percenters" and the rest of the country. Now he's taking that issue to the big screen, starring in a documentary called "Inequality for All," directed by Jacob Kornbluth. He joins us in the studio to discuss the award-winning film, and inequality in the U.S.

Guests:

Robert Reich, Chancellor's Professor of Public Policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley; former labor secretary under President Bill Clinton; and star in the film "Inequality for All"

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