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Photos of coastal Connecticut, the most unequal urban area in the U.S. Add to ...

Greenwich and Bridgeport are only 30 minutes apart on the Connecticut highway that joins them, but the chasm between them is huge. In a country considered the most unequal of major industrialized nations, Joanna Slater writes, these two cities provide a glimpse into just how extreme the wealth divide can be

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