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The rich are also different from one another

That is my latest Bloomberg column, here is the introductory section: The richest Americans are much less likely to have inherited their wealth than their counterparts in many supposedly more egalitarian countries. They’re not remarkably rich in degrees from elite universities. Rich Democrats have more social connections than rich Republicans. These are some surprising insights […] The post The rich are also different from one another appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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