NPR: From Private Helicopters To Concierge Doctors, Inequality Is A ‘Big Business’

Apr 13, 2020
COVID-19 attacks indiscriminately: Young or old, rich or poor, it seems like everyone is vulnerable to the virus. But New York Times economics writer Nelson Schwartz says increasing economic inequality in the U.S. means that, as a group, the country’s wealthiest one percent are likely to fare better during the pandemic than everyone else.

Categories: Op/Ed