The widening gap between wealthy coastal cities and the lagging heartland has been a powerful, polarizing force in American politics, yet presidential campaigns have seldom debated what to do about it.
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) January 8, 2020
Bloomberg Puts Geographic Inequality on 2020 Agenda https://t.co/k3V0sc8V9G "Widening gap between coastal cities & lagging heartland has been powerful force, yet presidential campaigns have seldom debated what to do about it. This year, that seems bound to change." #RiseOfRest pic.twitter.com/4lI7qCwlRG
— Steve Case (@SteveCase) January 8, 2020