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  • CDefense7 (edited 3 years ago)

    The top 10% have had increases. The rest have decreased.

    So the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer.

    It cannot sustain. See this TED talk by Nick Hanauer

    • zaywolfe

      That's an awesome talk.

    • VeblenGood

      This only shows data from 2007-2014. If you're looking for sustainability the correct takeaway is that recessions with tepid growth are unsustainable.

      • spaceghoti

        Considering that the recession officially ended in 2011 but that the recovery never reached the majority of Americans, I think this makes its point well enough.