Poverty in America in one, two, many interactive charts

The think tank Demos has been doing a really stellar job commemorating the anniversary of Michael Harrington's "The Other America" -- as mentioned in my poverty charts post yesterday -- and their best item so far is this series of beautiful interactive charts illustrating the state of poverty in America:

The coolest part is that you can use the slider on the top to change years and see all the featured data for years from 1967 to the present. Take a look and play around for a while.

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