Here's a novel way to address the problems caused by rising income inequality: give children the vote.
About 5,000 students join an anti-drug campaign at Impact Muang Thong Thani. Although public policies affect children’s well-being and their future, they are still denied the fundamental right of citizenship: the right to vote. TAWATCHAI KEMGUMNERD
One virtue of this iconoclastic idea, recently advanced by the Canadian economist Miles Corak, is that it sidesteps the usual partisan debates. After all, the right and left have profound moral disagreements about economic inequality. But whatever your political stripe, you almost certainly believe in equality of opportunity.
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