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In the United States, GDP. Distribution of wealth topic World distribution of wealth, the phrase has been used frequently to describe socioeconomic trends under the Ronald Reagan and George H. Herald Scotland!
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In A Defence of Poetry , not published until Shelley remarked that the promoters of utility had. The aphorism is commonly evoked, with variations in wording, as a synopsis of the effect of free market capitalism producing inequality. Andrew Jackson , the seventh President of the U. The phrase also resembles two Bible verses from the Gospel of Matthew :. The phrase was popularized in in the wildly successful song " Ain't We Got Fun?
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Save " The rich get richer and the poor get poorer " is an aphorism due to Percy Bysshe Shelley. It is commonly used by children in both Britain and America for "counting out," e. Home About Help Search. Please read our Comment Policy before commenting.