From 1980 to 2007, the U.S. population increased 25% and inflation grew by 260%.
Median income has been reduced by 2 to 7%, every year
Bankruptcies have increased 500%.
The average family works an extra 20 hours/wk.
Working families wages have remained flat.
In 1980, there were 139 out of 100,000 Americans in prison, today it's 506.
America's international education rating in education has dropped from #1 to #42.
The number of retirees working has tripled.
College tuition has doubled, while wages have remained flat.
Private philanthropic funds and other tax shelters have increased by 380%.
The number of lobbyists has tripled.
Inheritance taxes for the wealthy have all but disappeared while yours remain.
|Paperback Book, 61 pages||English|
|Two Harbors Press (Unknown)||Unknown|
|9781936401024||5.40 x 8.30 x 0.40 inches|
|Political Economic Conditions|