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Income inequality has grown more in the US than in just about any other developed country

Oxfam's new report, "Working for the Few," is getting a lot of attention — mostly because of the newsworthy tidbit that the combined wealth of theworld’s richest 85 people ($110 trillion) is equivalent to that of the poorest half of the world (3.5 billion people). I mean, that's striking. But here's something else that's shocking, though perhaps it shouldn't be.
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