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February 27, 2006

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» Where We Live Now from Discourse.net
Brad DeLong summarizes the ongoing restructuring of American society:The rise of a very powerful, successful, exploitative upper class.Further increases in inequality as the tax and transfer system becomes less progressive.Increases in risk that threat... [Read More]

» Where's the income beef? from Daniel W. Drezner
Brad DeLong has a post up about the dizzyingly unequal distribution of income in the United States. He quotes Paul Krugman: So who are the winners from rising inequality? It's not the top 20 percent, or even the top 10... [Read More]

» Where's the income beef? from Daniel W. Drezner
Brad DeLong has a post up about the dizzyingly unequal distribution of income in the United States. He quotes Paul Krugman: So who are the winners from rising inequality? It's not the top 20 percent, or even the top 10... [Read More]

» Where's the income beef? from Daniel W. Drezner
Brad DeLong has a post up about the dizzyingly unequal distribution of income in the United States. He quotes Paul Krugman: So who are the winners from rising inequality? It's not the top 20 percent, or even the top 10... [Read More]

» Where's the income beef? from Daniel W. Drezner
Brad DeLong has a post up about the dizzyingly unequal distribution of income in the United States. He quotes Paul Krugman: So who are the winners from rising inequality? It's not the top 20 percent, or even the top 10... [Read More]

» American Income Inequality and the Rise of the Oligarchs from Outside The Beltway | OTB
Brad DeLong excerpts extensively from a Paul Krugman article the NYT is making available only to economic ignoramuses subscribers noting the fact that, as the old adage goes, the rich keep getting richer. Krugman: What were seeing isn’... [Read More]

» Labor Market Irrationality from Left Center Left
Brad Delong probes Paul Krugman's piece on the technocratic myth comes up with his own list of what's driving economic inequality: The rise of a very powerful, successful, exploitative upper class. Further increases in inequality as the tax and transfer [Read More]

» Where's the income beef? from Daniel W. Drezner
Brad DeLong has a post up about the dizzyingly unequal distribution of income in the United States. He quotes Paul Krugman: So who are the winners from rising inequality? It's not the top 20 percent, or even the top 10... [Read More]

» Regressive Progressivism from Catallarchy
Brad, I think the problem is too much “progressivism” in U.S. policy. Heather I do not believe your means, taxes, leads to your desired ends, income equality. [Read More]

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