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Americans’ ownership of assets shrinks, by David Cay Johnston

In 2000 roughly half of capital gains went to America’s top one-tenth of 1 percent, those making roughly more than $2 million a year. In 2012 this tiny slice of Americans collected a much larger share: 62 percent of capital gains. (source)

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