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Updated: April 16, 2015

Annual analysis of the Census Bureau’s family income data.

The Trans-Pacific Partnership Is Unlikely to Be a Good Deal for American Workers | 11:22 am, April 16, 2015
The Trans-Pacific Partnership will likely constitute one more step toward using commercial agreements to maximize three things: (1) the damage done through global integration to the wages of most American workers; (2) the rents earned by those holding a monopoly on intellectual property claims; and (3) the influence that the preferences of global economic elites have on the policymaking of American trading partners.

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