Preface xvii Chapter 5, Data and Documents, makes available in one location a wide array of primary data and source documents that provide further illumination on many issues pertaining to income inequality. Chapter 6, Resources, is an annotated listing of books, articles, and reports that have influenced the authors of this book. Chapter 7, Chronology, is a timeline of important moments and events relevant to income inequality from American history. The book concludes with a glossary of key terms. We would like to thank Kevin Hillstrom of ABC-CLIO for his invaluable guidance throughout this project. His flexibil- ity was much appreciated. Robin Tutt and Catherine Lafuente deserve thanks as the originators of the project. We also owe gratitude to Laurie Collier Hillstrom for her insightful con- tributions to Chapter 4, Profiles. Seattle University students Sydney Mead (Class of ’21) and Abigail Dean (Class of ’23) provided excellent and much appreciated research assistance. We hope you enjoy reading this book as much as we enjoyed writing and editing it. The importance of the issue cannot be overstated. Stacey M. Jones and Robert S. Rycroft April 8, 2022 References Federal Reserve. 2022. “Distribution of Household Wealth in the U.S. since 1989.” /releases/z1/dataviz/dfa/distribute/table/index.html Shrider, Emily A., Melissa Kollar, Frances Chen, and Jessica Semega. 2021. Income and Poverty in the United States: 2020. Current Population Reports, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC: U.S. Government Publishing Office.
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