The Working Class Can’t Afford the American Dream
The national conversation in the U.S. is focused squarely on improving the lives of people in the working class. The debate revolves around exactly how to do that. Politicians and pundits have all sorts of ideas, from efforts to save jobs, create tax cuts, subsidize housing, and provide universal healthcare. Thing is, people don’t even agree on how to define the working class, much less how their living conditions stack up across the country. We created a data visualization to illustrate this complex situat
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My Comments: Pretty sobering revelations about the direction of the country. Living in Jacksonville, it appears I am in a relatively good position for now.