When a Walk Is No Longer Just a Walk. How the Coronavirus is Killing the Middle Class.
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The disaster has become so dire so quickly owing, in part, to the legacy of the 2008 financial crisis. Minimum wage, in real terms, is more than thirty per cent lower than it was fifty years ago.