But in the past 30 years, all that changed. In the past 30 years, the bottom 90% (blue) captured only a tiny percentage of the income gains. The top 10%--and especially the top 1% (pink)--captured most of it.
Over the first ~60 years of that period, in fact, the income growth was very widely distributed. The bottom 90% of earners actually collectively captured most of it (blue in the pie chart).
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