New York Times National Correspondent Farah Stockman: “‘Maybe our society’s going to look more like Downton Abbey”

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New York Times National Correspondent Farah Stockman addressed Indiana  employment in an article over the weekend. Here, she explains the biggest problem with the displayed efforts of the administration for states like Indiana, where blue-collar jobs move to Mexico.

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