Four books containing different distributions of wealth in the United States. First is the actual distribution, second is what the general public estimates the distribution to be, third is what the general public see as an ideal distribution of wealth, and the fourth is simply even distribution of wealth.
In each of these books the population is divided into 5 even quintiles, each group is given a different toned circle. Each book contains 1,000 circles. One circle is equal to 0.01% of the individual wealth of the United States population.