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Rebuilding Social Trust in Post-COVID America

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CHICAGO – At first glance, the coronavirus pandemic has deepened economic divisions within the United States. It has magnified income and social inequality, and highlighted many longstanding systemic problems.

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    For example, women are more adversely affected than men. Children from poor households are less able to adapt to virtual schooling than those from wealthier families. Experts think that domestic violence and child abuse have risen rapidly during the pandemic, but much of the increase has gone unreported because of the reduction in monitoring due to school closures. Lower-income individuals face higher health risks because many of the factors that worsen COVID-19 consequences are negatively associated with income.

    But, despite........

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