nonfiction essays short stories reflective medium-paced

288 pages | first published 2014


Growing inequality is today a world-wide phenomenon. But it is at its most acute in the “world cities” where the rich choose to live (or invest their fortunes in real estate). Nowhere is this more evident than New York City, where the top 1% earns...
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