Inequality Series Part III: Think Globally, Resent Locally

A reduction in global inequality has meant an increase in national inequalities.

The Asian middle class has experienced a heartwarming increase in income and purchasing power since the mid 1980s, while the wealthier (in absolute terms) American middle class has seriously stagnated.  This article discusses the urge to draw causal influence.

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