• Lisa Edmonds-Barber

    Where People Live In 1970 two-thirds of families in large metropolitan areas lived in middle-income neighborhoods; by 2008 only 43 percent of families lived in such neighborhoods. At the same time, the percentage of families who lived in predominantly poor or predominantly affluent neighborhoods increased by more than 60 percent.

  • Philip Beechler

    Income gap breakdown from “No Middle Ground: America’s Growing Income Segregation” by Kendra Bischoff and Sean Reardon (Boston Review, May/June 2012)

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