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Q: How has the distribution of income in the United States changed over the last 20 years? a. It has become more equal. b. It has become less equal. c. It became more equal for about 10 years but has
become less equal. d. It has not changed appreciably.
A: c. It became more equal for about 10 years but has become less equal.
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User: How has the distribution of income in the United States changed over the last 20 years? a. It has become more equal. b. It has become less equal. c. It became more equal for about 10 years but has become less equal. d. It has not changed appreciably.

Weegy: c. It became more equal for about 10 years but has become less equal.
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User: The poverty threshold, or poverty line, varies according to what? a. the census c. the size of the family b. nationwide income averages d. the inflation rate

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