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Economic Mobility in the United States

Although there is a lot of rhetoric about mobility in the U.S., the fact is that our country is less economically mobile than in other countries. Children born into low-income families are very likely to become low-income earners themselves. The best way to avoid this outcome is through education, Isabel Sawhill and Ron Haskins, authors of "Creating an Opportunity Society," say.
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