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(April 23, 2012 08:54 AM, by Arnold Kling) Bo Winegard and Ben Winegard write, A thirtysomething Wal-Mart cashier cannot reasonably expect that his hard work will be rewarded with consistent raises and promotions, terminating, perhaps, in a solid management job. Thus the new lower class is deprived of... (0 COMMENTS)
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(February 2, 2012 08:20 AM, by Arnold Kling) So, I downloaded Coming Apart. I am not disappointed. It is well argued. In 1963, there just wasn't that much difference between the lifestyle of a highly influential attorney or senior e...

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(February 11, 2012 10:54 AM, by Arnold Kling) Sabrina Tavernise writes, Professor Reardon is the author of a study that found that the gap in standardized test scores between affluent and low-income students had grown by about 40 pe...

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(December 26, 2011 04:26 PM, by Arnold Kling) The Craft of Economics, by Ed Leamer. Seems to be expected January 6. Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960-2010, by Charles Murray. Expected January 31. I mentioned the Murray ...

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