The Measure of America is the first-ever human
development report for a wealthy, developed nation. It introduces
the American Human Development Index, which provides a single
measure of well-being for all Americans, disaggregated by state and
congressional district, as well as by gender, race, and ethnicity.
The Index rankings of the 50 states and 436 congressional districts
reveal huge disparities in the health, education, and living
standards of different groups. Clear, precise, objective, and
authoritative, this report will become the basis for all serious
discussions concerning the realization of a fair, just, and
globally competitive American society.
Subjects: Political Science
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