This edition: Nicole Gelinas and James ParrottTweet
Original tape date: September 30, 2013.
First aired: October 2, 2013.
Doug Muzzio asks, is the state of the city a tale of two cities or two tales of the city? James Parrott, chief economist and deputy director of the Fiscal Policy Institute says - yes - a tale of two cities; Nicole Gelinas, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute suggests that a better description may be a tale of three cities: the poor, the wealthy, and the middle class- the group that we need to worry about most.
Nicole Gelinas Senior Fellow, The Manhattan Institute for Policy Research
James Parrott Deputy Director/Chief Economist, Fiscal Policy Institute
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