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Compound empowerment

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  1. refers to the way in which public infrastructure is utilized to radically increase the accumulation of private wealth

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  2. has been evoked to justify progressive taxation and other policies which stress the fundamental fairness of taxing wealthy individuals and corporations in a manner commensurate with their earnings

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  3. The term denotes how common wealth -- tax supported resources such as public education, financial and legal infrastructure, etc. -- is translated into private or corporate profit

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  4. While wealth might be generated in part by intangible or personal qualities such as intelligence or a strong work ethic, this wealth is compounded by empowering structures such as access to stable markets, consistent law enforcement, and the use of r

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  5. The greater the wealth of an individual or corporation, the more they utilize common wealth in order to increase and sustain their earnings

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  6. The concept of compound empowerment stresses the degree to which the acquisition of great private wealth depends upon common structures

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