A Broken Covenant: The Rape of the American Middle Class

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Bmes Press, Jan 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 149 pages
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This expose contains startling information on the income and wealth trends of the past twenty years, and their impact on your life. Could you sit back and say nothing if you found clear evidence of activities that were exploiting over 94% of the American people? Neither could professor Rodnesky when he found compelling evidence that more than "uncontrollable market forces" are behind the doubling of the wealth of the top one percent during the same period that the wealth share of most Americans has declined by more than 10%. The September Wisconsin Bookwatch declared, "A Broken Covenant is "must" reading for tax reform activists, governmental tax policy makers, and students of economics and political science".

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Contents

The Challenge
1
Our Social Contract
5
The Worth of a Man
9
Copyright

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