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D,Regarding the gap. I didn't look at past 100 years but in my life time, this is what I see:
I don’t want another post removed because I said something that someone else construed as “political”, so I’ll say this carefully.
”Poverty”, “Middle Class” and “Upper Class” are generic terms without a universally accepted definition. As you change the numbers for those terms, you can adjust the charts to create all sorts of equity or inequity. According to the census bureau, in the 1960’s you were looking at 17-22% of the US population below what they defined as the poverty level. In 2019, it was 10.5%.