The Rich Don t Always Win

A lively popular history traces how income inequality developed in the early years of the 20th century, explaining how America achieved a successful middle class through strategic measures that can inform today's everyday citizens and ...

The Rich Don t Always Win

Author: Sam Pizzigati

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ISBN: 9781609804343

Page: 370

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A lively popular history traces how income inequality developed in the early years of the 20th century, explaining how America achieved a successful middle class through strategic measures that can inform today's everyday citizens and Occupy Wall Street participants with working examples of effective measures. Original.

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