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Loosening those constraints could accelerate income growth. Her family ate meat only once a week, and each night she crammed into a bedroom with seven relatives. Then she attended university on a scholarship and started a clothing store.
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Her daughter attends college in Beijing. An earlier version of a chart on economic inequality used an older estimate of inequality in China. Based on the most recent World Bank data, economic inequality in China is roughly the same as in the United States, not slightly less.
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Income growth Incomes for the poorest Chinese grew. United States. Incomes for the poorest Americans fell. Income percentile. The richest in China grew much richer.
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Source: World Inequality Database. The American Dream Is Alive. In China. Most of all, an economic expansion without precedent in modern history. Not in poverty. In poverty. Source: The World Bank. Yet for now, the economic arc seems ever upward.
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Jacques worked as a tailor and Fanny was a clothing designer for the Royal House of Belgium. He and his brother joined the Polish contingent of the British army where he worked in a factory making uniforms in London. Through her involvement in the underground resistance movement, Fanny was able to have three-year-old Josy placed in a convent in Brugges in Fanny and her mother were deported to Auschwitz that same year. Josie was one of three Jewish children among non-Jewish children in the convent. The nuns were strict with all the children.
Josie and the other children spent their days saying the rosary and playing in the courtyard. After one year the underground relocated Josie because Nazi suspicion was growing that Jewish children were hidden in the convent. Josie was then placed with a Christian family in Brussels that had a young daughter. The father in this family worked in the resistance and was taken away at times by the Nazis for questioning.
Fanny was hospitalized after being liberated from Auschwitz and did not return to Belgium until late when she and Josie were reunited. In , the family moved to the United States, where they settled in New Jersey.