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If the world were a village of 1000 people, next year’s population would be 1018. Twenty-eight people would be born, but 10 would die: three from lack of food, one from cancer, two in birth, one from war or crime, and three from natural causes.

Two-hundred people from this village would receive 75% of its total income. Six-hundred (the "middle class") would share another...

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