1. America's median hourly wage is barely higher than it was 35 years ago, adjusted for inflation.

2. The income of a man in his 30s is now 12 percent below that of a man his age three decades ago.

3. Most women streamed into the work force in the 1970s less because new professional opportunities opened up to them than because they had to prop up family incomes.

Note that in 35 years the Workforce doubled almost with the introduction of so many women into the workforce, and more than doubbled counting the addition of Women and the population increase.

Yet the median wage has remained stable over this long priod in which about twice as many people share it?

How can you continue to think that the Economy is Finite when you also know facts like these?

For the economy to be finite it must have a finite size , no?

But there is no real finite size ,the real size of the economy is in constant flux and depends on the number of participants , if it were a finite amount, the participants would divide the economy an the share of each would diminish as the number of participants grew.

As you have ponted out , this is not the case.

You already know that I don't consider the Economy Infinate any more than you do , I hope , because I don't want to cover that ground again if I don't have to.