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Apr 14, 2008


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Ben Leet

To discover the wealth distribution go to U.S. Federal Reserve, Survey of Consumer Finances, Currents and Undercurrents, Arthur Kennickell, 2006.
Or go to http://benL8.blogspot.com
None of the diagrams are close. E is closest, but not close at all.
If more people desire diagram D, why don't we have polity and politicians discussing it? Is it possible to change?
How? See my blog. Sorry, it's a long answer.

Michael W. Kruse

Hi Ben.

Thanks for the link. I'll took a look in the a.m. Looks like you just got started on the whole blogging thing a couple of months ago. Welcome to the madness. :)

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