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Class In The Boston Mayor’s Race

A voter casts his ballot at Edith Fox Library in Arlington, Mass., March 2012. (Credit: Dana Hansen, Boston University News Service)

A voter casts his ballot at Edith Fox Library in Arlington, Mass., March 2012. (Credit: Dana Hansen, Boston University News Service)

Class has been a prominent issue in Boston’s politics for decades. We explore the division emerging in the current mayoral race, and what state representative Marty Walsh and city councilor John Connolly are doing to cross class lines.

Guest

David Scharfenberg, WBUR political reporter.

 


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