Our Common Good
Based on the limited data that are comparable among nations, the U.S. income distribution appears to be among the most unequal of all major industrialized countries and the United States appears to be among the nations experiencing the greatest increases in measures of income dispersion
The U.S. Income Distribution and Mobility: Trends and International
Comparisons
,” from a newly updated (November 29, 2012) report from the Congressional Research Service. (via nickturse)
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