Stanford Center Goes to Press to Battle Poverty

With the economy eclipsing the Iraq war as Americans' top concern this election year and the gap between rich and poor at its widest in 80 years, the timing of a new magazine on economic inequality seems right on the money.
Timely, too, are the contributors. The inaugural issue of Pathways, published by Stanford University's Center for the Study of Poverty and Inequality, boasts the bylines of Hillary Clinton, John Edwards and Barack Obama.

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August, 2009