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TRENDS IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME
TAXATION AND INEQUALITY
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20 per cent accounted American assets average basic blue-collar workers brackets budget Bureau of Economic Bureau of Labor Business calculated Census clerical and sales companies Consumer consumer units consumption corporate Current Population Reports David Riesman decline directors distribution of income earned less economic elite Economic Report Economic Research executives expenditures factor families and unattached Frederick Lewis Allen Government Printing Office Income and Wealth income class income distribution income inequality income tax income-in-kind income-share increase industries John Kenneth Galbraith Kuznets Labor Statistics low-income lower-income maintenance level major middle-income million National Bureau nomic occupational class one-half one-third option per-capita percentage poverty profits real income rise savings semiskilled share significant Simon Kuznets Social Security spending units standard of living stock ownership stockholders Survey Research Center tax avoidance Tax Foundation tax rates taxation tion trend U.S. Congress U.S. Senate unattached individuals unemployed unemployment Wall Street Journal Washington York