I Came of Age During the 2008 Financial Crisis. I’m Still Angry About It.
Monday, September 17, 2018
A headline that sums a lot up, I suspect
This is an eye-catching headline in The New York Times (by M.H. Miller), and one that I think reflects a lot of people's thinking:
The article itself is pretty interesting in itself. The author sounds like he has quite the debt load, and that his family in Michigan isn't doing well at all.
(One of those funny aspects of Our Modern Times, it seems, is that it seems like the number of families where neither the parents nor the children are financially upwardly mobile is growing. Here's hoping my impression isn't true.)