In Nation Remade by Mandela, Social Equality Remains Elusive

Critical Reading
“In 2001, white-led households typically earned close to $17,000 more than their black counterparts, at current exchange rates. By 2011, that disparity had grown to nearly $30,000.”

Sounds like the US
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