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This is exactly what has happened in the USA, where mobility is now only for the well-off. It is capital that is mobile now, not labor.

The working class has been shut out of the 15 major cities in France. The closest they can get is the immigrant banlieues subsidized suburbs where they are unwelcome, not to mention fearful. The cost of living in French cities has become so unattainable that only the managerial class can afford it.

Instead, laborers must remain in village and rural France, where jobs are few and closures many. In the vicious circle this has produced, government removes its local offices and services because of lower populations, leaving even fewer jobs, or hope for a middle class life. Meanwhile, cities like Paris have contorted into totally unnatural places.

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They are filled with the empty apartments of rich foreigners, the private schools of the well off, and the lack of mixture that used to make great cities great.

The top universities are filled by favors and connections, Guilluy says, keeping them white and well-off.

Their graduates go straight into lifetime career jobs, making the circle even tighter. The things that make France France are going away.

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Liberty, Equality and Fraternity are just nice sentiments now. Solidarity has been split by the cities vs the periphery dichotomy. Guilluy is withering in his criticism of establishment politicians on both the left and right, he does not offer up anything concrete in their place.

Part of the challenge in listening to lower France — what Mr. The leaders it does have disagree with one another. For someone who is committed to listening as at least part of a solution, Mr. But one does not need to accept all of the elements of Mr. Jonathan A.

Knee is professor of professional practice at Columbia Business School and a senior adviser at Evercore. He was not a man of the left, as everyone classified him, but someone who would simply create a new USA in France.

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Guilluy says the mobility of the working class has been all but cut off. They cling to their areas of birth, because that is where they find support of family and friends in times of need and no money.

They cannot chance a move. This is exactly what has happened in the USA, where mobility is now only for the well-off. It is capital that is mobile now, not labor.

The working class has been shut out of the 15 major cities in France. The closest they can get is the immigrant banlieues subsidized suburbs where they are unwelcome, not to mention fearful. The cost of living in French cities has become so unattainable that only the managerial class can afford it.

Instead, laborers must remain in village and rural France, where jobs are few and closures many. In the vicious circle this has produced, government removes its local offices and services because of lower populations, leaving even fewer jobs, or hope for a middle class life.

Meanwhile, cities like Paris have contorted into totally unnatural places. They are filled with the empty apartments of rich foreigners, the private schools of the well off, and the lack of mixture that used to make great cities great.

The top universities are filled by favors and connections, Guilluy says, keeping them white and well-off.

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