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Oct 19, 2007


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The very fact that a Harvard scholar feels like he has authority to discuss the pay of total strangers is pretty amusing to me to begin with. I understand the "economics" of it all, but notice how the graph sets up a paradigm of "conflict" between CEOs and "average workers."

It's class warfare at its best. :)

Michael W. Kruse

Hey Virgil. You might be surprised by this guy. He is a Milton F. fan and served as an advisor to Bush early on. Not your typical Harvard resume. :)

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