Why Is U.S. Economic Mobility Worse in the South?

Aug. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Americans pride themselves on their intergenerational mobility. Our nation’s exceptionalism is organized around the American dream: No matter where you come from and no matter who your parents are, you can rise to the top of the economic ladder, so long as you are willing to commit yourself and work hard.

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