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Inequality is not new but it was much less extreme when this book was written. In looking at the numbers you must keep in mind when this was written. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Thomas M. Lane
Excellent blend of economic reality and social responsibilityPublished 10 months ago by Janet Lawrence-Nelson
This is a very slim volume, but start it early as it takes WEEKS to get through.
Ultimately the reason that equality and efficiency needed to be traded off can be... Read more
Many interesting examples how our country could probably be more efficient and livable with a bigger middle class that is now fast disappearing in USA.Published on August 26, 2013 by Klasse
I like this book, and I like Okun, however there are so many areas where I felt like he could have gone into a lot more explanation, and clarified his ideas better. Read morePublished on November 25, 2012 by Marguerite Abaddonais
I'm surprised that this book was a "forced read" at Reed College, according to another reviewer. It's not exactly conservative, but I didn't think it merited a part of a Reed... Read morePublished on July 9, 2009 by Michael Coglan
These days everybody thinks that to spark deep thought, you need to write a fat tome.
Arthur Okun is more like Thomas Payne. Read more