The Faces of Inflation

Inflation isn’t just an economic abstraction. It’s a slow, deadly squeeze on working people.

Photo by Cole Wilson

Christopher Saperstein, who works as a utility porter at a luxury New Jersey apartment co-op, needs housing for his family. He and his wife, Luz, can just barely afford the $1,400 they currently pay in rent each month. But the owner of their building is looking to sell, and rents for two-bedroom units in Bayonne […]

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