May 25, 2014

Europe, Canada Show Up U.S. Capitalism

Robert Reich, Maclean's

The Associated Press

The fact is, we’re falling behind. While median per capita income in the United States has stagnated since 2000, it’s up significantly in Canada and Northern Europe. Their typical worker’s income is now higher than ours, and their disposable income—after taxes—higher still.

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TAGGED: Europe, Capitalism, Globalization, Global Economy, Canada

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