I would like to convey this award on to the following ten blogs, all of whom are entitled to display this image proudly and to nominate ten more blogs they think also deserve it. Sooner or later, everyone might have one!
I’m just pleased to know when someone appreciates this blog, and hope everyone gets a chance to visit these fine blogs, which are in no particular order, and if I know someone already received this award they will not be listed here — these are some of the best of the best in my opinion, nonetheless:
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In fact, let me start this blog off with a chart that’s central to how I think about the big picture, the underlying story of what’s really going on in this country. The chart shows the share of the richest 10 percent of the American population in total income – an indicator that closely tracks many other measures of economic inequality – over the past 90 years, as estimated by the economists Thomas Piketty and Emmanuel Saez. I’ve added labels indicating four key periods. These are: