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The hottest chart in economics, and what it means

The “elephant chart” explains the rise of populism in the developed world and so much more. Economics correspondent Paul Solman discusses with economist Branko Milanovic. Editor’s Note: The Elephant Chart. Rarely has one economic picture had as much impact as this one. Tonight’s Making Sen$e Thursday story on the PBS NewsHour profiles its creator, economist Branko Milanovic.
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