by Luis Miranda, The Daily Sheeple:
As it often happens, lack of better living conditions in less urbanized areas results in a massive migration to large cities, where most newcomers become victims of urban inequality.
The growing income inequality in America has its greatest reflection in large cities, where the pressing income gap between rich and poor becomes more palpable and real. Inequality is such a deep problem that even Barack Obama labeled it as ”the greatest challenge of our time”. The causes and ramifications of urban inequality reveal how the aftershocks of the economic crisis 2008 have hit the poor more than the rich, and have significantly undermined the foundations of the American middle class.
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