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Income Distribution

Four Facts that Illustrate Inequality

March 16, 2015 /

by Paul Buchheit

Numbers have the power to reveal the dramatic fall of the middle class over the past 35 years. By Paul Buchheit [caption id="attachment_8507" align="alignright" width="259"] There's something perversely wrong with...

Inequality Defenders Lose Credibility

December 6, 2014 /


New research and on-the-ground reality are shredding what little credibility the rationalizers of inequality have left. By Sam Pizzigati [caption id="attachment_6855" align="alignright" width="398"] New research co-authored by former World Bank...

The ‘New Normal’ of Unbalanced Growth

September 25, 2014 /

by Lars Osberg

Over the past thirty years, income has grown much faster for the top 1 percent than for everyone else. By Lars Osberg [caption id="attachment_7137" align="alignright" width="150"] The incomes of the...

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