There is so much truth to what you’ve written, but your contrast of the rural poor to the urban poor seems very superficial, as if you aren’t aware what deep pockets of poverty in cities like Chicago look like. The access and availability of opportunity in both areas is really more similar than dissimilar. There was a viable candidate addressing both plights during the primaries. Hillary has paid some lip service to it recently. Political will to remedy this does seem to be growing, if only a little bit, and awkwardly in bridging the urban poverty/rural poverty gap. But this article paints the rural picture very effectively. People need to become woke to this, too.