Nobel laureate Angus Deaton and his wife and fellow economist Anne Case reported Monday that death rates are rising among middle-aged whites, especially those with less education, an unsettling trend that may have cut short some 500,000 lives.
Nobel laureate Angus Deaton and his wife and fellow economist Anne Case reported Monday that death rates are rising among middle-aged whites, especially those with less education, an unsettling trend that may have cut short some 500,000 lives. Mel Evans The Associated Press
Nobel laureate Angus Deaton and his wife and fellow economist Anne Case reported Monday that death rates are rising among middle-aged whites, especially those with less education, an unsettling trend that may have cut short some 500,000 lives. Mel Evans The Associated Press

The epidemic killing working class whites

November 04, 2015 12:23 PM

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