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Mike Anderson

I've long wondered why government agencies--like the military--who profess concern for their junior members, always give raises based on a percentage of income. It would seem that an occasional "flat raise"--$50/month for everyone--would bring the two curves back in synch. Hmm, sounds like a good homework problem for my students...

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