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Staying Put: Why Income Inequality Is Up And Geographic Mobility Is Down

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Most migration is driven by economics, but Americans are no longer packing up their bags in search of a better life. Journalist Timothy Noah tells host Michel Martin why income inequality is up and geographic mobility has gone down.
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