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We are a consortium in Maine using open-source Evergreen software as its shared integrated library system. This catalog allows patrons to manage their individual accounts online, search one or more of the consortium catalogs and request local library materials online or from other consortium libraries though inter-library loan.

This collaborative effort was initially funded by a grant from the Stephen & Tabitha King Foundation.

 

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We are a consortium in Maine using open-source Evergreen software as its shared integrated library system. This catalog allows patrons to manage their individual accounts online, search one or more of the consortium catalogs and request local library materials online or from other consortium libraries though inter-library loan. 

This collaborative effort was initially funded by a grant from the Stephen & Tabitha King Foundation.

 

Georgia – 12 point

We are a consortium in Maine using open-source Evergreen software as its shared integrated library system. This catalog allows patrons to manage their individual accounts online, search one or more of the consortium catalogs and request local library materials online or from other consortium libraries though inter-library loan. 

This collaborative effort was initially funded by a grant from the Stephen & Tabitha King Foundation.

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The blue line shows the total income of the middle fifth as a percentage of total national income. In the 1950s, the middle fifth received about 18 percent of total income. By 2016 that was down to 15 percent. However, this is just a measure of income inequality, and we all know that income inequality is going up. What’s more, it can be deceptive: the middle-fifth share could be going up while national income is going down. That’s hardly the sign of a strong economy.

 

Ariel – 14 point

The blue line shows the total income of the middle fifth as a percentage of total national income. In the 1950s, the middle fifth received about 18 percent of total income. By 2016 that was down to 15 percent. However, this is just a measure of income inequality, and we all know that income inequality is going up. What’s more, it can be deceptive: the middle-fifth share could be going up while national income is going down. That’s hardly the sign of a strong economy.

Georgia – 14 point

The blue line shows the total income of the middle fifth as a percentage of total national income. In the 1950s, the middle fifth received about 18 percent of total income. By 2016 that was down to 15 percent. However, this is just a measure of income inequality, and we all know that income inequality is going up. What’s more, it can be deceptive: the middle-fifth share could be going up while national income is going down. That’s hardly the sign of a strong economy.

Tacoma – 14 point

The blue line shows the total income of the middle fifth as a percentage of total national income. In the 1950s, the middle fifth received about 18 percent of total income. By 2016 that was down to 15 percent. However, this is just a measure of income inequality, and we all know that income inequality is going up. What’s more, it can be deceptive: the middle-fifth share could be going up while national income is going down. That’s hardly the sign of a strong economy.

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