Pope Francis: Inequality Between Rich and Poor Threatens Democracy

Pope Francis: Inequality Between Rich and Poor Threatens Democracy October 6, 2014

 

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4 responses to “Pope Francis: Inequality Between Rich and Poor Threatens Democracy”

  1. No it doesn’t. If it did it would have collapsed democracies all over the world over the last two hundred years. I don’t think one democracy has ever collapsed because of rich and poor gap. Someone name me one and prove me wrong.

  2. Sometimes it feels like, being from the developing world, Pope Francis is fighting the battles of a hundred years ago. Who would doubt today that money distorts politics, and has a sort of political gravitational force giving an outsized voice to the rich?

  3. More important than inequality, I think, is corruption. As corruption increases the poor suffer while the rich prosper. I wish he would mention that.

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