Take a trip around the world. Add up the conflicts. With each passing day you’ll count a new round of violence. Political tensions, ethnic strife, regional divisions, religious differences … the issues are complex. But at the bottom of it all is the bottom line. From general strikes and unrest in Argentina and Venezuela, where inflation is galloping at a double digit pace, to double-digit unemployment rates sweeping across much of Europe and putting protestors out on the streets and crashing though barricades, it all comes down to money: Far too few have much too much and far too many have much too little.
We make our case with four examples.