Watch Inequality For All
- 1 hr 25 min
Inequality for All looks at Robert Reich's campaign as the US Secretary of Labor. Robert Reich served under the administrations of Carter and Clinton, and his focus was on the so-called inequality of income for all Americans. In his view, Reich expresses an inequality in the American economy as opposed to other nations. Jacob Kornbluth, who directed this film, accompanies him on a trip around the country where the duo spoke to average working class Americans and business leaders. The film focuses on why people have different incomes. Reich begins this film with an overview of patterns in the American economy history. Reich believes this country cannot sustain the current system, but will instead only create a plethora of problems. Reich explains continually that Americans can only be successful if the majority are successful. However, Reich and Kornbluth believe they can offer up a variety of possible solutions to what they feel is an ongoing dilemma. This film is rated rated PG and contains thematic elements, some violence, language, smoking images, and may not be suitable for family viewing.