100-Year Gap in Well-Being Between Haves and Have Nots in U.S. Population

A new study of America's haves and have nots found that the least fortunate U.S. citizens are an entire century behind their most well-off neighbors in terms of health, education and income. Vast differences in the American experience are revealed by the study, titled 'A Century Apart' from the American Human Development Project. The study measures quality of life based on three factors -- health, education and income. Called the Human Development Index (HD Index), scores range from 0 to 10,...Full Story
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