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Review: Wealth And Power In America: An Analysis Of Social Class And Income DistributionUser Review - Steven Peterson - Goodreads
In its day, many saw this as an important work. I thought it rather simplistic then, although I appreciated its aim. Now? It still raises issues of importance, but I'm not sure how well it stands up over time. Read full review
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