American Dream Dying: The Changing Economic Lot of the Least by Peter D. McClelland,Peter Tobin

By Peter D. McClelland,Peter Tobin

Using fresh polling effects, this ebook identifies the middle monetary elements of the yankee Dream: lifestyle, monetary safety, and upward mobility. The authors record the craze in every one of those elements over the past thirty years, utilizing figures (trend traces and bar charts) established upon the easiest on hand info. jointly, this facts has alarming implications for the industrial destiny of these on the backside of the nation's source of revenue distribution. For that workforce, because the authors convey, the yankee Dream is dying.

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