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55 pages; Fine condition. No creases. Solid, clean. Over the course of nearly every national presidential campaign we are asked whether we are better off than we were four years ago. The question is nearly always rhetorical. But many economists have attempted to address the standard-of-living issue objectively, and, for the most part, their findings paint a bleak picture. Here, Daniel Slesnick demonstrates that this pessimistic view of social welfare in the U. S. Is unwarranted... Trade Paperback.