“What’s mine is mine” may be a better motto for Americans and their money than “e pluribus unum,” according to a new study.
“What’s mine is mine” may be a better motto for Americans and their money than “e pluribus unum,” according to a new study. Wikimedia Commons
“What’s mine is mine” may be a better motto for Americans and their money than “e pluribus unum,” according to a new study. Wikimedia Commons

Americans just aren’t into playing Robin Hood with people’s money, study finds

March 20, 2018 01:19 PM