The past decade has divided U.S. geography into haves and have nots. The haves: educated, wealthy communities in large metro areas such as New York and San Francisco. The have nots: places with structural problems, such as cities in the Rust Belt; communities that suffered the worst in the housing bust such as Riverside, Calif.,…
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