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Articles by Gerard Dumenil
Neoliberal Income Trends
NLR 30, November-December 2004, pp. 105-133in
Subjects: United States , Economic Policy
A dramatic shift in the distribution of property and income to the very richest layers of US society has been a notorious trend of the past quarter-century, reaching dizzying peaks in the Clinton years. But these Himalayan heights of wealth and power are now surrounded by lower ridges of enrichment, with the formation of a new upper salariat stabilizing the post-Keynesian social order.Read this article or download a PDF file
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