Book ‘The Black Boom’ by Jason L. Riley

PDF Excerpt 'The Black Boom (New Threats to Freedom Series)' by Jason L. Riley
(New Threats to Freedom Series)
Economic inequality continues to be one of the most hotly debated topics in America, but there has been relatively little discussion of the fact that black-white gaps in joblessness, income, poverty, and other measures were shrinking prior to the pandemic. Why was it happening, and why did this phenomenon go unacknowledged by so much of the media? In The Black Boom, Jason L. Riley—acclaimed Wall Street Journal columnist and senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute—digs into the data and concludes that the economic lives of black people improved significantly under policies put into place during the Trump administration. To acknowledge as much is not to endorse the 45th president but rather...
Publisher: Templeton Press (February 7, 2022)  Pages: 176 pages  ISBN-10: 1599475898  ISBN-13: 978-1599475899  ASIN:‎ B09PRTRW85

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