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The Chart that Scares the 1% the Most by Tyler Durden

I really liked this article and chart by Tyler Durden from Real World Economics at http://rwer.wordpress.com/2012/06/21/the-chart-that-scares-the-1-the-most/ It shows the correlation between the economy and how many people have to be put in jail to keep a lid on things in … Continue reading

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Conflict Humor: the 99% Strikes Back

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The Real Injustice of Affirmative Action for the Rich

The 1960s were a time of considerable social ferment, rather like today. Out of that unrest, many identity groups formed for previously oppressed minorities. They have subsequently influenced politics considerably, including successfully introducing a range of affirmative action programs into … Continue reading

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Ratio of CEO Pay to Average Worker by Country

Stellar statistics table from my friend Matt of the ratio of the average pay of Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) and average workers: So far as I can tell the CEOs concerned in this comparison are those of largest public companies: … Continue reading

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