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The American Economy : Income, Wealth and Want.

Author/Creator:
Lebergott, Stanley.
Publication:
Princeton : Princeton University Press, 1976.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (406 pages)
Series:
Princeton Legacy Library
Princeton Legacy Library ; v.1412
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Subjects:
Income distribution -- United States.
Wealth -- United States.
Poor -- United States.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Contents:
COVER
CONTENTS
I INCOME
CAN AMERICAN CAPITALISM END POVERTY?
ON CONFISCATION
PER CAPITA INCOME AND THE ANGEL OF THE LORD
THE SUBMERGED TENTH: COLOR AND ETHNIC GROUP INCOMES, 1900-1970
A CENTURY OF GUARANTEED INCOME IN THE U.S.
THE MINIMUM BUDGET: FROM "DECENCY" TO "SCIENCE"
POVERTY AND STARVATION
GNP AND THE GARDEN OF EDEN: LONG-TERM TRENDS IN U.S. REAL INCOMES
DISCRIMINATION AND POVERTY
WHAT INCOME DISTRIBUTIONS MEAN
THE CONCENTRATION OF WEALTH: SOME ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF ETHICS
THE NOUVEAU RICHE AND UPWARD MOBILITY
ARE THE RICH GETTING RICHER? TRENDS IN U.S. WEALTH CONCENTRATION
II NEW DATA ON U.S. INCOME AND WEALTH
THE DISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH IN 1970
LONG-TERM TRENDS IN THE U.S. STANDARD OF LIVING
WHITE AND NON-WHITE INCOME DISTRIBUTIONS: 1900-1970
THE INCOME DISTRIBUTION IN 1900
SERVICE EXPENDITURES SINCE 1900: NEW ESTIMATES
INDEX.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Other format:
Print version: Lebergott, Stanley The American Economy
ISBN:
9781400870004
9780691617329
OCLC:
945138135