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This book would make a fantastic 30 page essay. It covers very important ideas and backs them up with analysis and examples. But then it starts to repeat itself, and bring out too many examples without new ideas.

Review: The Winner-Take-All Society: Why the Few at the Top Get So Much More Than the Rest of Us

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The authors have given an interesting outlook to winner-take-all markets that I've always thought reflected the intrinsic functioning of the human civilization. I am a firm believer in capitalism and ... Read full review

Review: The Winner-Take-All Society: Why the Few at the Top Get So Much More Than the Rest of Us

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A very good and reasoned account of why we let the top people rake in such ludicrous amounts. Time to change ourselves a bit, perhaps? Read full review

Review: The Winner-Take-All Society: Why the Few at the Top Get So Much More Than the Rest of Us

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Informative statistics. Applicable for 2014 even though it's published in 1995. Read full review

Review: The Winner-Take-All Society: Why the Few at the Top Get So Much More Than the Rest of Us

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I hesitate to call something "important." Like many adjectives in our sensationalized media-circus of a world, I think that the word "important" has been overused. However, I don't think I can get ... Read full review

Review: The Winner-Take-All Society: Why the Few at the Top Get So Much More Than the Rest of Us

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Interesting idea, and all the it gets stretched pretty thin. More evidence and less speculation would have helped. Read full review

Review: The Winner-Take-All Society: Why the Few at the Top Get So Much More Than the Rest of Us

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What's the adage: Go with the number two guy, 'cause he'll work harder than number one. The authors do good work in discussing weaknesses in a unregulated economy. Read full review

Review: The Winner-Take-All Society: Why the Few at the Top Get So Much More Than the Rest of Us

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According to Frank and Cook, there are two types of economic systems. In the standard system a worker's rewards are proportional to the amount that he produces. So, if Rachel makes 10% more widgets ... Read full review


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