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A War on the Rich Won't Help the Poor

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. It only takes a minute to sign up. I'm trying to remember a single term that's equivalent to someone who steals from the rich to give to the poor. It's not "altruistic," it's something more specific. This question appears to be off-topic. The users who voted to close gave this specific reason: "Questions on choosing an ideal word or phrase must include information on how it will be used in order to be answered.

Several recent studies have estimated that around one-half of the population does not pay any personal income tax. The majority — but not all - of these households are from the lowest income-earning households. They do. The Congressional Budget Office CBO , for instance, includes payroll taxes as well as corporate income and federal excise taxes in its annual tax estimates. But what happens if you take these payroll taxes out of the equation — how fair or unfair does the tax burden look then?

The Vagabond , a refugee of Skalitz in Rattay , wants Henry's help stealing from the wealthy citizens of Rattay in order to help the other refugees. You will need to have learned pickpocketing from Miller Peshek first.
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I don't believe we should take every rich persons money, I just think its not okay for some people to be richer than almost half the world, Their wealth should be used to get rid of poverty and help us build a better future for all instead of a few. He selflessly took from the rich and greedy and gave to the poor. The rich watched as the poor suffered while the rich indulged in all there riches, Wealth and food. What makes this worse, Is that some wealthy living people actually treat the poor like their nothing and worthless. No one wants to be treated like that right?

But if you were simply to take it all away from them, you would, in many cases, be doing more harm than good. In my teens, when I saw hungry people on the streets of New York I started to dream of expropriating money from the wealthy to feed the poor. My father, who rose from Depression-era poverty in Scranton, Pa. He was referring, of course, to the family of John D. Rockefeller, the industrial titan who transmuted colossal wealth into enduring philanthropy. Then, my dad said, consider the horrendous cost of expropriation in countries that have tried it — the bloodshed, the lost lives, the ruined families, the economies stunted by revolutionary violence.


  1. Michael D. says:

    Rob the Rich, Give to the Poor

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