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Chicago Fed Letter, No. 209, December 2004
What Similarities between Siblings Tell Us about Inequality in the U.S.

The author finds that about half of earnings inequality in the U.S. can be explained by family and community influences during childhood. He also finds that these influences have become more important in recent decades.

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