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The richest and taxes

The richest and taxes

This depressing chart shows that the rich aren’t just grabbing a bigger slice of the income pie — they’re taking all of it - The Washington Post

This depressing chart shows that the rich aren’t just grabbing a bigger slice of the income pie — they’re taking all of it

This depressing chart shows that the rich aren’t just grabbing a bigger slice of the income pie — they’re taking all of it - The Washington Post

Excellent visualization of average income of the very rich compared to the middle quintile in constant dollars since 1979.

Excellent visualization of average income of the very rich compared to the middle quintile in constant dollars since 1979.

Has Obama Made the Job Situation Worse? - NYTimes.com

Has Obama Made the Job Situation Worse?

Has Obama Made the Job Situation Worse? - NYTimes.com

90% of Americans own only 23% of wealth - the lowest since 1940 #inequality http://wef.ch/1sKe0IM  @motherjones

90% of Americans own only 23% of wealth - the lowest since 1940 #inequality http://wef.ch/1sKe0IM @motherjones

Why so high? #Imprisonments rates in Louisiana compared to USA & rest of World | The Society Pages

Why so high? #Imprisonments rates in Louisiana compared to USA & rest of World | The Society Pages

Even though productivity is rising, wages remain flat since 1950 (assuming adjustments for inflation)

17 Charts About Economic Inequality Obama Should Read Before The State of The Union

Even though productivity is rising, wages remain flat since 1950 (assuming adjustments for inflation)

Where people in Iowa where born, charted from 1900 to 2012

Where We Came From and Where We Went, State by State

Where people in Iowa where born, charted from 1900 to 2012

How to Make a Million Dollars an Hour, Step 4: Use Other Peoples Money

How to Make a Million Dollars an Hour, Step 4: Use Other Peoples Money

In the late twentieth century, America underwent its big switch -- the transformation from a broadly middle class, manufacturing-based economy, to a financially polarized, services-based economy. Union rolls plummeted as Wall Streets profits surged, and the demand for factory workers were supplanted by the need for healthcare professionals, teachers, and computer engineers.

The Fastest-Dying Jobs of This Generation (and What Replaced Them)

In the late twentieth century, America underwent its big switch -- the transformation from a broadly middle class, manufacturing-based economy, to a financially polarized, services-based economy. Union rolls plummeted as Wall Streets profits surged, and the demand for factory workers were supplanted by the need for healthcare professionals, teachers, and computer engineers.

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