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An historical look at U.S. income growth

The blog of the Center for Economic and Policy Research highlights a fascinating new graph that explores U.S. income growth in the post-WWII era. The post show an interesting and illuminating correlation between income growth and who was running the government at the time.

Read the post by clicking here.

 

2 Comments


  1. Frank Burns

    September 14, 2012 at 1:52 pm

    Government workers do well under Democratic Administration, it’s the taxpayers who suffer.

  2. david esmay

    September 14, 2012 at 2:19 pm

    Another moronic and unsubstantiated statement Frank. There are fewer public employees now than during the reign of George the Dullard, who by the way expanded the size of government 115%. One of the reasons employment levels have not change substantially are the massive lay offs in the public sector. You’re taking the Myth Momoney tactic of shooting, then aiming.

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