In this presentation at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland 2005 Policy Summit, Matt Fellowes discussed how low-income families are faring in the ownership society, what are the different types of state innovations that benefit low-income working families, and what are the promises and perils of this state innovation.
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Is a growing middle class good for the poor?
I’ve seen some pretty awful poverty. [But] There is something about poverty in the U.S. that is worse, even though, materially, people have more.