You're still thinking in bumper stickers. Lets turn the question around and see if you can step up your analysis. At what point would concentration of wealth become problematic for society in your view? If 1% of the people had 99% of the wealth and the other 99% were living in abject poverty while they lived spectacularly glamorous lifestyles, obviously that would be a problem right? They couldn't possibly sustain that lifestyle with no consumers or qualified workers, there would be a revolution, it would be grossly unfair, etc. Right? On the other hand, if the top 1% had only 1% (everybody has the same), that would be no good too because there would be no incentive to work hard, it would be unfair because people would take advantage, etc. So, where do you think the balance is? What is the ideal amount of wealth concentration and why? Or maybe a range that you think would be acceptable?