Category Archives: Class divide

Faces and Places – the Recession

I found this today and thought some of you would find it interesting.  It’s a photojournal by Michael S. Williamson.  “A Washington Post photojournalist has spent year the year traveling the country, meeting people whose lives have been altered by … Continue reading

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It’s Not all About Me – it’s About all of Us

The recession ended over two years ago (June 2009 believe it or not) and the experts assure us that they are relatively confident that we are not in danger of a double dip.  But the recovery remains anemic at best … Continue reading

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Have Not

“There are only two families in the world, as a grandmother of mine used to say: the haves and the have-nots.”  Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (Spanish writer, 1547-1616) Miquel de Cervantes Saavedra said that nearly 400 years ago.  So some things … Continue reading

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