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Economic Frustration is Driving Force in Election Anger

Seven years into the recovery, economic frustration remains a key driving force in the anger that seems to be fueling the U.S. November election. Despite new economic data suggesting more people are working, and their wages are rising, a lot of people say the economic recovery has left them behind.  Among them is Denise Alber from Stafford county in Virginia.  She has two college degrees but has opted to take care of her 98-year-old mother.  Together, they receive a fixed...

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