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Demeter Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Sep-18-09 09:05 PM
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39. Not Too Hard (REVOLUTION)
http://www.financialarmageddon.com/2009/08/not-too-hard...

In a 2001 study, "What Makes a Revolution," Robert MacCulloch, an economics professor at the Business School of London's Imperial College, employed a data set derived from surveys of revolutionary support across a quarter-million randomly sampled individuals to conclude, as many historians and political scientists have already acknowledged, that more people favor revolt when inequality is high and their net incomes are low."

Given that, it's not hard to draw some troubling conclusions from the research paper highlighted in the following Huffington Post report, "Income Inequality Is At An All-Time High: Study":

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