January 27, 2012

Don't Blame the Rich for Inequality

James Q. Wilson, Washington Post

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There is no doubt that incomes are unequal in the United States — far more so than in most European nations. This fact is part of the impulse behind the Occupy Wall Street movement, whose members claim to represent the 99 percent of us against the wealthiest 1 percent. . .

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