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“We can have a democracy in this country or we can have great wealth concentrated in the hands of a few, but we can't have both.” US Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis (1846 – 1941) . Here's a ...
  • Anne Greenwood

    income inequality 1920s

  • Eire Sicilia

    The Top 1 Percent Are Taking In More Of The Nation’s Income Than At Any Other Time Since The 1920s: Not only are the wealthiest 1 percent of Americans taking home a tremendous portion of the national income, but their share of this income is greater than at any other time since the Great Depression, as the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities illustrates in this chart using 2007 data:

  • Gary Zajac

    It’s good to be rich in America - Share of nation's Income Gains Going to Top 1 Percent at Highest Level Since 1920s --- (Graph 2 of 2)

  • Elizabeth Kelsey Bradley

    top 1 percent income since 1920s

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