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By Jeff Poor | August 30, 2007 | 16:35
USA Today is furthering an ideal that’s more socialist than American – penalize the executives because they make more than everyone else.
“To say the pay gap between Wall Street’s top titans and average Americans is widening would be an understatement,” wrote Adam Shell in the August 30 USA Today.
The USA Today article was about a study by the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) and United for a Fair Economy criticizing the compensation of private-equity and hedge-fund manager executives.
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