The U.S. has become a "Dickensian economy," former Fed vice chairman Alan Blinder writes - "the...

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The U.S. has become a "Dickensian economy," former Fed vice chairman Alan Blinder writes - "the greatest place on earth to be rich but an awful place to be poor." Since 1978, nonfarm business productivity is up 86% while real compensation per hour is up just 37%. It isn't fair, and it isn't good for America, he says.