Ignoring Poverty In The Suburbs

Even while there are big shifts in the distribution of poor people in America -- more now live in the suburbs than in inner cities -- the national press and federal policymakers are struggling to pay attention.

"Poverty stories are a tough sell in today's MSM, so the fact that these [local] papers chose to report the story at all is positive," according to a recent post in the CJR Daily (Poverty Pendulum Swings, Press Yawns).


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