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It's not even a map. But I love the "people bar", it's really effective!

http://www.globalrichlist.com/

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Very cool. good find Ben
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It works on a strictly number of dollars/yen/pounds/etc basis but what about purchasing power? I think that's where the true comparison can and should be made.

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Agreed, rudy. That was my biggest criticism of the site content. Typical far-left "it's so simple" representation of economics, an inherently complex issue.




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