Bipartisan on Child PovertyPoverty & Family Economics
The New York Times, by Bruce Lesley
Sheila C. Bair is right (“Grand Old Parity,” Op-Ed, Feb. 27): income inequality should concern both parties. In Britain, it does, at least when it comes to children.
Ms. Bair also rightly identified America’s political problem: the tendency to trip over ideology when it comes to solutions. The British lowered that barrier by taking a different approach. They began by uniting the Tories and Labour around a broad goal, setting a national child poverty reduction target. …Read more