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Radio Free Flint Podcast

Flint's Stark Divide between the Rich and the Poor

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Arthur Busch discusses the awakening of the northern Hillbillies in the heartland of America. Intellectuals call parts of the country where globalization has decimated manufacturing jobs the "Rustbelt". Income inequality has given rise to white American nationalism. It has found a home in places like Wisconsin, Ohio and Michigan with profound social and political implications. To better understand the ingredients that give rise to this political unrest in the heartland of America, Arthur Busch describes the stark divide between rich and poor in his hometown of Flint, Michigan Southern auto migrants paved the way for an American golden age that brought about incomes, outstanding schools, good quality of life and strong families. These were hallmarks and results of the handwork, grit and determination giving rise to the modern American middle class. It has now come unraveled. History teaches lessons.

This episode has also been published at www.RadioFreeFlint.media and can be heard everywhere your podcasts are available.