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Inequality and The Clerisy

Note NYC, San Francisco, and Washington DC, all homes to the Clerisy.

Mean Household Income 2007 to 2010, by Richard Morrill

Data on incomes of households for US counties allow us to see the geographic patterns of poorer, average and richer households. Covering the numbers of households and shares of households that are relatively poor to rich, we get a fascinating picture of American economic diversity.
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It doesn’t take much of a cynic to conclude that the way to get rich is to be around Wall Street (the pinnacle of capital) or around the U.S. Congress, the pinnacle of government largess (including lobbyists for Wall Street).

The Geography of Lower, Middle and Higher Income Households in the United States, by Richard Morrill

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