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Inequality in America is getting worse. The gap between the "haves" and "have nots" is widening, according to the latest data out this week.
The rich are money-making machines. That hasn't changed in over three decades. As if that's not depressing enough, living the American Dream is also getting harder to do. It wasn't always this way.
In the s, almost everyone in America grew up to be better off financially than their parents.
While money isn't the only definition of success, more wealth typically leads to bigger houses, grander vacations, fancier cars and more opportunities to advance. Trump's new plan to save jobs Wealthy taking a bigger piece of 'pie' The wealthy didn't always take such a big share of the proverbial "pie.
Over time, the rich became more lucky -- or more greedy. As the wealthy earned more, someone else in America had to get less. The turning point started aroundas seen in the graph below. Around andinequality narrowed slightly because the rich had lost a lot of wealth.
But since then, inequality has grown and is on track to widen further. In the meantime, wages for the bottom aren't moving.By Lily Williams. L izzie Mooney is 12 years old. She is tall for her age with long blond hair. She likes to wear Chicago Bears pajama bottoms and a hoodie.
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