Tackle inequality with a suite of policies fairly linking remuneration to skill and responsibility.
Executives' pay generally goes up by double digits every year - workers' pay hardly at all. For many decades the ratio has kept getting more and more unequal. Difficult to solve - but I suggest a ceiling on bosses' pay - it doesn't so much matter what it is set at, (obviously it is very arguable), but say $4 million a year. Once such a ceiling is set, the bosses themselves will police the rest of us, and then that inequality ratio should start to shift back.
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