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0000017a-15d9-d736-a57f-17ff8e430000Stories and conversations about how rhetoric on early childhood disparities is cropping up in political campaigns and speeches.View the entire series, or find stories by topic:Main Series PageHome & FamilyHealth & NutritionEducationPlayPolitics & Policy

The First Decade: Examining The Political Rhetoric Of Inequality

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The rhetoric is flying among presidential hopefuls: wealth inequality, working men and women, stagnant wages, the opportunity gap, earned success. But though is everyone is talking about this, division remains wide over the causes and solutions.  We’ll look at the language and the politics behind it.

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