Katherine Newman

Director, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies

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Forbes '41 Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs at Princeton University and Director of the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies; author of Who Cares?: Public Ambivalence and Government Activism from the New Deal to the Second Guilded Age

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A  new survey  by the Pew Research Center says that more than half of the nation's working adults have been directly hit by the recession.

The Great Recession: Counting Costs, Contemplating Change

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