Example sentences for: inequality

How can you use “inequality” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • In an editorial Sunday, La Nación of Argentina was guardedly optimistic that Pastrana, who is supported by a coalition, could bring reconciliation and reform to a nation wracked by criminality, corruption, and inequality.

  • As Lemann's narrative makes clear, the current meritocratic sorting system has done a good deal to reduce inequality of opportunity.

  • And we should not let concern over inequality obscure the lessons of the last 20 years: the virtues of deregulation, competition, entrepreneurship, and, above all, the allocation of capital by markets, not planners.

  • The cover story proposes that the AFL-CIO fund (to the tune of $300 million) a national progressive newspaper--a factory-floor counterpart to the Wall Street Journal . The paper would report the real news about economic inequality, farm workers, and health care, zealously investigate corporate executives, and open its editorial pages to the likes of Cornel West, Molly Ivins, and Robert Kuttner.

  • Estimating the underlying distribution of risk is useful for understanding the nature and possibly the causes of health inequality using observed dichotomous outcomes such as survival and death.


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