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Tag Archives: inequality
The New York Times today has an excellent overview of the debate over income inequality. The three charts that end the article are very sobering.
I’ve just started a regular gig blogging for Next City (formerly Next American City). Nothing major, just a couple posts a month, but I’m excited to have a regular outlet. My first post went up yesterday, and it is about … Continue reading
My latest for Next American City is basically a list of six policies city governments can enact to combat economic inequality and the low-wage economy that so many urban residents labor within. Occupy Philadelphia’s choice to set up camp in front of … Continue reading