The Stalled Engine of Social Mobility

The second generation has historically done better than their parents, who often arrived in America with little. But if their prospects are limited by an unequal economy, those gains are in danger of stagnating or even reversing.
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This post originally appeared on Capital & Main, a Pacific Standard partner site, as “The Stalled Engine of Social Mobility."

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