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Can we create an empathic alternative to the capitalist system?

People bathe at roadside municipal taps in Delhi, India … capitalism has created gross inequalities like a lack of proper sanitation for millions worldwide. Image: REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

Murilo Johas Menezes

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Disparities in income inequality between the richest 20% and poorest 20% in each country
Image: Wilkinson and Pickett, The Spirit Level (2009).
Image: Wilkinson and Pickett, The Spirit Level (2009).

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