On Labor Day, American Workers are Poor because they Aren’t Socialists

The average purchasing power of the average worker’s wages in the United States has not increased for 40 years. We are on the second generation in which Americans did not on average get better off. But someone got better off. Since 2000, people at the top have seen their real income climb five times as much as lower-paid salaried workers.

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