Economic Equality Quotes by Jimmy Carter, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Angela Davis, Indira Gandhi, Annie Leonard, Pope Francis and many others.
The first step in providing economic equality for women is to ensure a stable economy in which every person who wants to work can work.
Feminist: A person who believes in the social, political and economic equality of the sexes.
I believe profoundly in the possibilities of democracy, but democracy needs to be emancipated from capitalism. As long as we inhabit a capitalist democracy, a future of racial equality, gender equality, economic equality will elude us.
In all societies that have applied a form of socialism, a certain degree of social economic equality has been achieved.
We’re more concerned about climate or economic equality or racial justice or anything else that is good for people and the planet, we simply must also spend some time wresting back our money-marinated democracy. This will require getting money out of politics and then getting people back in.
How can it be that it is not a news item when an elderly homeless person dies of exposure, but it is news when the stock market loses two points? This is a case of exclusion.
In a world of complete economic equality, you get and keep the affections you deserve. You can’t buy love with gifts or favors, you can’t hold love by raising an inadequate child, and you can’t be secure in love by serving as a good scrub woman or a good provider.
We can have democracy in this country, or we can have great wealth concentrated in the hands of a few, but we can’t have both.
The real meaning of economic equality is “To each according to his need.”
If a single man demanded as much as a man with a wife and four children, then that would be a violation of the concept of economic equality.
Economic equality of my conception does not mean that every one will literally have the same amount.
A claim for equality of material position can be met only by a government with totalitarian powers.
There’s enough on this planet for everyone’s needs but not for everyone’s greed.
The prerequisite for more economic equality in the world is industrialization. And this is possible only through increased capital investment, increased capital accumulation.
Economic equality is the master-key to nonviolent independence.
I personally think that people should get the book because it is like a blueprint. It shows you the work that needs to be done if we’re ever going to get economic equality, health, reproductive health, violence. I mean, it’s every category.
I don’t believe that economic equality is possible; indeed some measure of inequality is essential for the spirit of envy and keeping up with the Joneses that is, like greed, a valuable spur to economic activity.