Alica Espinoza

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Former restaurant manager; barista in a coffeehouse in Tucson, Arizona

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America's middle class is shrinking. The  latest census  classifies almost half of all Americans as either poor or "low income."

What Does It Mean to Be Poor in America?

America's middle class is shrinking. The latest census classifies almost half of all Americans as either poor or "low income."

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America's middle class is shrinking. The  latest census  classifies almost half of all Americans as either poor or "low income."

What Does It Mean to Be Poor in America?

America's middle class is shrinking. The latest census classifies almost half of all Americans as either poor or "low income."

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