Here is the forum where you should post your “Inequality Post”. This post is worth 50 points or 10% of your grade. Your “Inequality Post” should be submitted by Sunday, October 25 and is worth up to 50 points or 10% of your final grade. Your post should contain at least five well-formed separate paragraphs. The minimum recommended length for your assessment should be about 600 words. Based on the video Inequality for All and the material in your text please answer the following questions: -Describe what is happening today in terms of income and wealth inequality? Please cite at least four statistics. Why has inequality been widening? -The middle class dealt with wage stagnation for decades. How has the middle class dealt with inequality? Why is it a problem now? -Explain who are the “winners” in today’s economy? -Why is inequality be a macro problem with effects on aggregate demand? Explain. -Explain how the “law of one price” affects “inequality for all”? -What policy responses do you favor to deal with the challenge of inequality? -Would an equal distribution of income be desirable? Would you be willing to pay more for the goods and services that you buy if it would raise incomes for the middle class? -Who are the primary sources of information in the film? Are they credible? How do you know? Please review the Graphics Package that accompanies the video prior to making your post: http://inequalityforall.com/resources/#/ While answering the above questions for your post keep in mind the distinction between positive, normative, and the “art” of economics from Chapter 1 of your text. You should plan to devote at least one full paragraph for each of the post questions. I encourage you to bring in outside sources as long as you cite them properly. The Saddle-back College Library has resources that will help you cite your sources. See: http://www.saddleback.edu/library/guides/citation.html and http://youtu.be/wqiEJhoyfSE The APA style of citation is recommended although the MLA & Chicago styles are acceptable also.