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    Anthony FiorinoApr 13, 2024 at 12:17 PM

    I thoroughly agree with the notion that there is a massive trend of the affluent and disadvantaged not forming social connections especially within Arlington. This is especially concerning because economic mobility is contingent on the formation of personal connections with those in other levels of society. When someone surrounds themselves with those more successful than oneself, it influences and encourages that person to succeed financially. Because those relationships are not being formed, this will further polarize American citizens by income, creating greater economic disparity and perpetuating the issue.