While the American middle class has not kept pace with the top quintile of income earners since the 1980s, its progress actually stagnated during the fifteen years since the bursting of the tech bubble. But finally there is emerging evidence that things are getting better again for the middle three quintiles of American society, which define its members’ politics and their way of life. What factors are contributing to this middle-class recovery? Why is it happening now? What are the implications? We’ll explore this important topic.
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