Capital and Main Launches United States of Inequality Series

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Even with low unemployment and robust job growth, a majority of Americans face high levels of economic insecurity.

On Tuesday, November 5 Capital and Main launches a yearlong reporting project on inequality in America. “The United States of Inequality” will be one of the most far-reaching examinations of inequality undertaken by an American media outlet in many years, and has the potential to exert significant influence on the national political conversation.

This Capital & Main series examines how tens of millions of Americans increasingly struggle to make ends meet and how this reality may affect the 2020 presidential elections. 

Check out the first in the series at capitalandmain.com, and follow along by signing up for their newsletter or following them on Twitter


The first five pieces in The United States of Inequality series:

Our United States of Inequality
Is America Ready to Tackle Economic Inequality?
Detroit Women Push Back from the Margins
Trump Boasts of Economic Growth as Inequality Deepens
Erie at the Crossroads: A Swing County in a Swing State

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