This introductory chapter presents an overview of the topics discussed in this volume, which seeks to find an answer to why Americans are less willing than Europeans to redistribute from the rich to the poor. It discusses the economic, political, social, attitudinal, and historical differences between the United States and Europe. It argues that the differences between the two sides are deeply rooted in culture and attitude.
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