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It IS an excellent analysis of how America's new rich got that way-exactly what the subtitle says
It IS an excellent analysis of how America's new rich got that way-exactly what the subtitle says. The book avoids the trap of conclusion by anecdote (.
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Although the basic facts about wealth inequality are no longer a mystery, we still know very little about who the wealthy are, how they got there, and what prevents other people from becoming rich. That is, we know very little about the process of wealth mobility. This book investigates some of the most basic questions about wealth mobility.
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Keister, Lisa A. (2005). Cambridge University Press. p. 36. ISBN 9780521536677.
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