Driven by a deep-seated need to belong, Americans are increasingly segregating themselves into ideological enclaves. You're from Liberalville, I'm from Conservative Corners.
What are your options when increasing real estate costs price you out?
Our metrics of urban neighborhood health fail to capture individual success stories, which is why we see South Central Los Angeles, which has a history of successfully encouraging social mobility, as a place with persistent poverty.
The Steel City offers a better chance for upward mobility than almost any other place in the United States.
You want to encourage talent to follow the jobs, but Canadians resist migration. Why?
Too much social capital can be a bad thing, keeping people rooted where they are instead of encouraging them to follow the jobs.