Are Elite Cities Squeezing out the Middle Class?

 

The revival of America's core cities is one of the most celebrated narratives of our time — yet, perhaps paradoxically, urban progress has also created a growing problem of increasing inequality and middle-class flight. Once exemplars of middle-class advancement, most major American cities are now typified by a "barbell economy," divided between well-paid professionals and lower-paid service workers.

 

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