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Web Resources

Inequality.org: Statistics, graphs and charts, books, and videos about economic inequality from the Institute for Policy Studies. Includes up to date articles and news items.

The Economist's Economic Inequality Topic Page: Articles and statistics about economic inequality from the national magazine The Economist.

Google News Search for Economic Inequality Articles: Gives up to dates news items about economic inequality.

Wikipedia: Wealth Inequality in the United States: A good place to start your research on economic inequality. Includes a list of other Wikipedia pages on related topics, and a list of references you can use to get more information.

Wikipedia: International Inequality: This Wikipedia page focuses on international economic inequality.

Slate Magazine's United State of Inequality Series: A ten-part series on different facets of economic inequality from Slate Magazine.

The Levy Economics Institute of Bard College: Articles and reports on economic issues from the non-profit, non-partisan Levy Institute.

Who Rules America? - Power, Politics, and Social Change: Information about the book Who Rules America?, with further reading on the topic of economic and political inequality.

Insight Center for Community Economic Development: A California organization that provides resources, including articles and papers, on a wide range of economic issues.

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD): An international, non-governmental agency that works to "promote policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world."

US Census Bureau: The US Census Bureau provides the economic statistics used in many articles and reports about economic inequality.

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