Buried deep, where only JustOneMinute found it:
Research led by the Cornell economist Richard V. Burkhauser, for instance, sought to measure the economic health of middle-class households
including income, taxes, transfer programs and benefits like health
insurance. It found that from 1979 to 2007, median income grew by about
18.2 percent over all rather than by 3.2 percent counting income alone.
Of course, that's not headline-worthy.
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