Seattle: A Tale of Two Cities

Commentary | January 11, 2014 | By Marilyn Watkins | Rainer Valley Post

The stark inequality in our nation is on display here in Seattle – high-end restaurants and food banks, shops full of pricey designer gear and homeless folks. A few enjoy prosperity and seemingly boundless opportunity, while in nearby neighborhoods people struggle for the basics.

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