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In the 21st century it's got harder to earn more than your parents and to climb the social ladder. What's gone wrong, and what can be done to change this? Fi...

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It will take more than passionate individuals to improve social mobility . It requires governments to commit to improving both wealth redistribution and access to education. It’s a huge task. Film supported by Mishcon_de_Reya

In the 21st century it's got harder to earn more than your parents and to climb the social ladder. What's gone wrong, and what can be done to change this? Fi...

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Mishcon_de_Reya That's a huge statement. I think these solutions will have a variety of societal implications-mostly positive. Mishcon_de_Reya Every time some group advocates for these same things some regressive political eggheads and nonsensical “nationalist” apologists reply by screaming SOCIALISM. So please TE, stop the tease. This ain’t going nowhere - as the street says.

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