Alan Reynolds has a great column putting the smack down on political scientist Jacob Hacker’s “Family Income Stability” index. Read the whole thing, but here is the amusing final paragraph:
I have no idea what to conclude from a set of made-up statistics that supposedly make the economy of 1996 appear 3.5 times worse than 1974, except that political scientists should not tinker with economics.
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