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John W. Miller is a Pittsburgh-based former Wall Street Journal staff reporter and co-director of the PBS film “Moundsville.”
Pope Francis has said that women should have the same rights as men in the workforce. Soccer player Megan Rapinoe, right, has testified in front of Congress for equal pay for women (photo: CNS/AP/America).
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For modern interpreters of Catholic social teaching, there is little question that women deserve equal pay. It has not always been so.
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Is there a way to fight back?
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“From a Catholic point of view, there’s no question that reparations make sense.”
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In the United States, there is almost nowhere that is not simultaneously very rich and very poor.
Rosalind Russell as Hildy Johnson in ‘His Girl Friday’; Marty Baron, formerly of the Washington Post; and Steve Novotney, a newspaper entrepreuner in West Virginia (photos: Alamy, AP, and John W. Miller) 
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Journalism gets attention when it breaks big stories about institutions like Enron and the Catholic Church. But they can only do that work if they are consistently read — and broadly trusted.
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The most ambitious attempt to unionize in Amazon’s 26-year history has been widely endorsed, including by Senator Marco Rubio.
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Bicycles are theologically sound. Ask Pope Francis.
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We live in the age of the aging, and our capitalist economy is struggling to cope.
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In 'Superpower Showdown,' Bob Davis and Lingling Wei describe a new Cold War as the United States and China figure out how to manage the repercussions of China’s rise, including U.S. protectionism and tensions over Taiwan, military strength and human rights.
Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckereberg and Pope Francis (AP)
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More than any previous pontiff, Francis has been lobbied by C.E.O.s to soften his skepticism about capitalism, and he in turn has pressed them to better serve the poor and the planet.