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Author(s):Isaacs, J., Sawhill, I., and Haskins, R
Title:Getting ahead or losing ground: Economic mobility in America
Source:http://www.economicmobility.org/assets/pdfs/Eco...
Date:2008
Organization:The Brookings Institution
Short Description:Data and analysis in this volume address the extent to which a high degree of economic mobility actually exists in the United States.
Annotation:Data and analysis in this volume address the extent to which a high degree of economic mobility actually exists in the United States.
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