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David Brancaccio, the personable and knowledgeable host of American Public Media’s Marketplace Morning Report and popular four-time Camden Conference moderator, addressed a sold-out Strand Theatre on a recent August evening for a Camden Conference fundraising event.
Brancaccio, who reports daily on the ups and downs of the global economy, takes a special interest in economic inequality in America, how it got that way and what it means for the future. His talk emphasized that economic inequality is much more than a statistic. “One influential investor told me that if we don’t address inequality, we will collapse economically and politically,” said Brancaccio, adding “The co-founder of the biggest hedge fund in America is worried about inequality. The head of the biggest bank in the country is worried. So is this country’s most famous investor,” a reference to Warren Buffett.
A self-professed “Super-Nerd” on the subject of inequality, Brancaccio shared enough information to make us laugh and cry, just as he promised!