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Is the wealth gap good or bad for (a) you, (b) a poor person, and the environment? Assuming that you believe that the wealth gap is bad, what three things should be done to narrow this gap? What obligation should a wealthy person, corporation, or a country have to (a) reduce poverty, and (b) improve environmental quality? Explain

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