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S. the share of income captured by the richest 10% of the population jumped dramatically from around 30% in 1980 to 48% by 2012 while the portion grasped by the population’s richest 1% more than doubled from 8% to 19% Other data shows that since 2009 the 1% captured 95% of all income gains; the bottom 90% of people got poorer The good news is that more politicians and policymakers are waking up to the problem "Inequality has deepened Upward mobility has stalled" US President Barack Obama said in this years State of the Union Address "Our job is to reverse these trends" There is an emerging consensus furthermore that such extremes of inequality are bad for overall economic health "We now have firm evidence … that a severely skewed income distribution harms the pace and sustainability of growth over the longer term" IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde warned in a February speech But heres the bad news The talk hasnt translated into action Economic policy for the most part is still biased against the poor in some ways it is becoming increasingly antipoor The war against the poor may be most pronounced in the US Washington sliced $87 billion from the food-stamp program in February even though nearly 47 million people or about 1 out of every 7 Americans currently rely on it A new bill to extend emergency unemployment benefits is almost definitely dead on arrival in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives The standard conservative argument against such welfare programs is that they make people dependent on "nanny states" and discourage initiative But statistics say otherwise According to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities more than 60% of families with children who receive food stamps have a member who works The problem is that too many people with jobs dont earn enough to buy sufficient food and other necessities theyre the "working poor" But dont expect any sympathy from Congress The Republicans are dead set against a hike in the minimum wage that would allow these folks to buy their own food Meanwhile in Europe politicians and bankers are breathing sighs of relief that the regions debt crisis has been quelled But the reality is that for tens of millions of Europeans it hasnt Unemployment in the euro zone in February was a gut-wrenching 119% almost unchanged from 12% a year earlier In Greece the latest rate is a staggering 275% No wonder angry Spaniards protested in the streets of Madrid in March more than five years after the economic crisis began Yet the European Union remains wedded to a policy of austerity rather than growth What happened to the emergency leadership conferences that were so common when the governments themselves were in trouble Apparently Europes impoverished arent worth such efforts In Japan new policies by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe aimed at restarting a stalled economy are instead squeezing the Japanese people In an attempt to shake Japan from damaging deflation Abe is using the central bank to flood the economy with cash to raise prices Meanwhile to contend with giant budget deficits and rising government debt he is also increasing the consumption tax Yet even though corporate profits have soared thanks to a weakened yen also engineered by central-bank policy those profits havent trickled down to the average worker A combination of higher prices and taxes and flat wages means that Japanese families are getting poorer Even in China policymakers talk about closing the countrys gaping rich-poor gap but many of the necessary reforms have yet to materialize Interest rates in the banking sector are still controlled in a fashion that punishes savers to subsidize industry so the return on bank deposits is so meager it barely keeps up with inflation That hurts Chinas low-income families the most Policy also continues to discriminate against the countrys 262 million migrant workers who are deprived of proper social services Before anyone attacks me as a liberal opposed to free enterprise the usual slander slapped on those who think the destitute deserve better please be clear that I see pro-poor policies not as charity but simply good business and smart economics Improving the financial health of the average family can build a stronger foundation for economic growth The soccer mom in Wichita Kans, The German philosopher believed the capitalist system was inherently unjust.