The Creative Class Backlash

An amused and exasperated Richard Florida explains that his theories are based on economic development principles.

"The one side accuses Florida, formerly an economic-development professor at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Mellon University and now on the faculty of George Mason University School of Public Policy, of having a "gay agenda" or an "arts agenda" and of undermining the Judeo-Christian foundations of our society. The other asserts that he has abandoned the working class in favor of promoting a group of elites."

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