Can the present middle class maintain its own indebtedness and remain competitive in a knowledge-worker labor force and sustain the American economy as the world’s leader? Guest James Carr, a senior vice president at Fannie Mae Foundation and a professor of urban planning at Columbia University, advocates the establishment of a national commission to examine the future economic and social stability of America’s middle class. (3009)
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