There is a deep economic division in Boston, just as there is in the country as a whole. Last week, the Boston Foundation released its annual Boston Indicators Report, which correctly reminds us that “the current configuration of the innovation economy is not working well for everyone, and, indeed, reinforces historic divides.’’ But while the inequality within a city can reflect the inequality of the nation, the two issues are fundamentally different. And in Boston’s case, inequality is as much a sign of urban strength
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