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1. Who is liable for the debt of our government?

2. From a quick google search of "real personal income":
Real income refers to the income of an individual or group after taking into consideration the effects of inflation on purchasing power. For example, if you receive a 2% salary increase over the previous year and inflation for the year is 1%, then your real income only increases by 1%.Jan 24, 2018 https://www.investopedia.com/terms/r/realincome.asp
Do you agree/disagree?

3. What is the inevitable result of increasing the supply of a fiat currency? If government were to double the money supply or employers were to double the wages they pay would prices of goods/services remain unchanged? Would prices of everything more likely double or would some thing remain constant, others maybe even decrease, and then others rise more or much more?

What kind of evidence are you looking for that hasn't presented itself abundantly year after year?
How does government debt explain why the labor share is at an unprecedented low?

I think you're rightfully figuring out that it has something to do with finance, but you're looking at the wrong institution. Commercial bank assets as a percentage of GDP have soared since 2000. Guess when the labor share started falling.