October 22, 2011 - David Grusky delves into poverty and inequality in American society and how it manifests itself and how it should be combatted in order to attain the American ideal of a free country.
This talk was part of Stanford's 2011 Reunion Homecoming, put on by the Stanford Alumni Association. The 2011 reunion featured many events for alums including class panels, class parties, and a football game.
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