Getting ahead in the city is hard. In rural America, it’s even harder.
Categories:In the News | Published On: March 22, 2017 |
It has been snowed over by the rallying stock market and the cascade of controversies in the early months of the Trump administration, but the 2016 election revealed a deep economic and geographic divide in America. That divide remains critical — though not sufficient — to understanding both Donald Trump’s victory in that election and the policy debates that have defined his presidency so far.