Sam Pizzigati

Sam Pizzigati writes on inequality for the Institute for Policy Studies. His latest book: The Case for a Maximum Wage (Polity). Among his other books on maldistributed income and wealth: The Rich Don’t Always Win: The Forgotten Triumph over Plutocracy that Created the American Middle Class, 1900-1970  (Seven Stories Press). 

What Can We Do to Start Civilizing Our Richest?

What’s Driving the Tax Games Corporations Play?

A Manchester Boldly United for a More Equal Metropolis

Our Biggest Tax Evaders have been Living High on the Hog

Did America’s Greediest Corporation Just Get Greedier?

Why the Amazon Worker Vote in Bessemer Means So Much

The Average American Pay Tax on Half of Their Wealth, Shouldn’t Rich Americans?

Rising Inequality: the ‘Pre-Existing Condition’ That Doomed the U.S. COVID Response

The Rich and Those Who Serve Them, Then and Now

The Unintentional Honesty of Jeff Bezos

Some Corporate-Suite Context for the Fun and Games at GameStop

Essential Workers Take the Risk, CEO’s Reap the Rewards

Greed in the Suites, From Walgreens to Walmart

Must Our Billionaires Remain Politically Immortal?

Our Post-Trump Democratic Prospects: What the Ming Dynasty Can Teach Us

In 2021, Let’s Ring a Global Alarm on Inequality that Everyone Can Hear

Our Youngest ‘Self-Made’ Billionaire, Our Wealthy’s Oldest Bogus Claim

Progressive Analysts with a President’s Ear: Nice, But Not Nearly Enough

The Rich are Cheering Wall Street’s Latest Records. Americans of Modest Means are Draining 401(k)s

What Could be Better Than a Drug That Can Stop Covid? A Society That Doesn’t Let Some Make Billions off a Drug Millions Can’t Access

Why Can’t Inner-Ring Democrats Just Say ‘No’ to Billionaires?

The 2020 Election as a Triumph for Democracy? Hold the Hosannas

Out of the UK, a Bold Pay Prescription for a Post-Trump America

Will Today’s Millennials Ever Live in a More Equal USA?

How Taxpayers Funded “Consulting Fees” for Ivanka Trump