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Public Debt, Inequality, and Power

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Public Debt, Inequality, and Power
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Publisher: University of California Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0520284666
Number of pages: 175

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Public Debt, Inequality, and Power is the first comprehensive historical analysis of public debt ownership in the United States. It reveals that ownership of federal bonds has been increasingly concentrated in the hands of the 1 percent over the last three decades.

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