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The True Intersection of Wall Street and Main Street

For weeks, the presidential and vice presidential candidates have been pounding the Wall Street vs. Main Street trope into our heads. Now, the good people at

Jul 31, 2020
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For weeks, the presidential and vice presidential candidates have been pounding the Wall Street vs. Main Street trope into our heads. Now, the good people at National Public Radio have a new take on the issue.
They found 70 towns and cities from Connecticut to California where Wall Street and Main Street actually meet. They interviewed the denizens of this metaphorically powerful intersection about their take on the economic crisis and the bailout. Here‘s what they found.
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