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Back in 1980, the bottom 50 percent of wage-earners in the United States earned about 21 percent of all income in the country — nearly twice as much as the share of income (11 percent) earned by the top 1 percent of Americans.

But today, according to a massive new study on global inequality, those numbers have nearly reversed: 
The bottom 50 percent take in only 13 percent of the income pie, while the top 1 percent grab over 20 percent 
of the country's income.
Since 1980, in other words, the U.S. economy has transferred Eight points of national income from the bottom 50 percent to the top 1 percent.