Chart of the day

Posted: 14 January 2013 in Uncategorized
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Economists may be worried that conflicts among them undermine their credibility—and so they seek to find areas of widespread agreement, limiting themselves to a survey of a few economists at a few elite universities.

However, the proverbial “person in the street” (as measured by the Pew Research Center) remains pretty consistent, from 1987 through 2012—that there is strong (or very strong) conflict between classes in the United States.

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  1. [...] American Perceptions of Class Conflict Economists may be worried that conflicts among them undermine their credibility—and so they seek to find areas of widespread agreement, limiting themselves to a survey of a few economists at a few elite universities. [...]

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