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Aug 22, 2012


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Michael, at some point years ago I believe, you posted a study where people were shown graphical representations of income distributions and voted on which was the best. Most chose the one that looked the most equal over the one that was just as good or better for all except it also had some small percentage doing significantly better than the rest. I've tried to find that a number of times. If you could point it to me, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks for all you do.

Michael W. Kruse

Hmmm ... This sounds familiar. Have you tried looking in the "Wealth and Income Distribution" category?


It has seven years of posts but this should narrow it some.

I'll see what I can find.


Thanks Michael. It took a while, but I found it using that category link: http://www.krusekronicle.com/kruse_kronicle/2008/04/do-people-care.html. You have put up a lot of interesting stuff over the years. Peace.

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