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The available statistical evidence for the Disposable Income Gains of the middle class and working class of North America indicate that these groups have seen no appreciable net Disposable Income Gains since 1960. The cited statistics in the paper are wholeheartedly incorrect with respect to the public records and historiography of household finances.
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