For the first time since the Occupy movement shoved inequality onto the national stage in 2011, Democrats in Congress have enough heft in Congress to force floor debates on proposals that meaningfully target that inequality — and narrow the gap between America’s rich and everyone else.

Could any of these proposals actually ever pass the House? That will depend on whether the chamber’s “moderate” Democrats take their moderation seriously.

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Sam Pizzigati is an associate fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies.