Working class

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The Working-Class America – Arresting the decline and building bridges back to opportunity

The 2016 election put the plight of working-class America front and center in American politics. A long-neglected and largely forgotten voting bloc thought by many to be shrinking to the point of irrelevance suddenly mattered, nationally and in every state. But more important even than the political consequences, the campaign and what followed shone a … Continue reading

Europe – White working class communities experience inequality and exclusion of their owns finds the Open Society Foundations

While the focus is often on the integration experiences of ethnic and minority communities across Europe, a report from the Open Society Foundations has found that white working class communities experience inequality and exclusion of their own.  As manufacturing industry has made way for services and the welfare state has been rolled back, the working … Continue reading

US / A Third Now Say They Are in the Lower Classes

The percentage of Americans who say they are in the lower-middle or lower class has risen from a quarter of the adult population to about a third in the past four years Continue reading

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