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Engineered inequality? Jason Hickel, anthropologist at the University of London

It took a quarter of a century since the collapse of the Soviet Union for the issue of inequality to resurface at the center of political and economic debate – this time in the West. Some would even argue it has already sparked a populist revolution, culminating, for now, with the Brexit vote and the election of Donald Trump. Will the Western quest to end inequality be more successful than the Soviet one? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Jason Hickel, anthropologist at the University of London.


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