Middle class slipping away in former - city of industry'
As water-guzzling auto and paper plants shut down, and jobs and people moved away, the water table in the Dayton area began to rise - a total of 13 feet since 1980.
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#1 Sep 6, 2011
That, I fear, may be due in part to Dayton residents not taking showers and baths, and drinking more booze and beer, instead of drinking crappy tap water like they oughter, instead of out of bottles.
#3 Sep 6, 2011
If not for the "wealthy" there would be no middle class.
Who creates the jobs and not just ground level jobs?
By creating businesses whose products and services required a greater skill level thus higher pay, the "wealthy", better yet, entrepreneurs, raised the standard of living for many people.
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