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Danny Dorling is the Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography, Oxford. He appears regularly on TV and radio, and writes for the Guardian, New Statesman and other papers. He advises government and the office for national statistics. Among his books are All That Is Solid; Population 10 Billion; So You Think You Know About Britain?; and Injustice.
"An incredibly thoughtful book. With wit, expertise and a necessary anger, Danny Dorling makes the case for a 'slow revolution' against the concentrated wealth of the top 1%, who threaten our national and global well-being. Read him. Enjoy him. Join him." Melissa Benn "A convincing picture of the epic insulation of the 1%." Mary O'Hara, author of Austerity Bites "A clear and readable account of the damage wrought by extreme inequality. This is a powerful book." Kate E. Pickett, co-author of The Spirit Level "Dorling asks questions about inequality that fast become unswervable: can we afford the superrich? Can society prosper? Can we realize our potential?" Zoe Williams, Guardian "Takes an empirical look at how lives of the richest damage the rest of society." Books of the Year, New Statesman