Tag: Poverty

(July 29, 1985) Poverty is complex; Poor share work ethic, U.S. dream | Los Angeles Times "Every chance at a job turns out just to be a tease..."">(July 29, 1985) Poverty is complex; Poor share work ethic, U.S. dream | Los Angeles Times "Every chance at a job turns out just to be a tease..."

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"Every chance at a job turns out just to be a tease..."
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How do Americans view poverty? Many blue-collar whites, key to Trump, criticize poor people as lazy and content to stay on welfare | Los Angeles Times Most Americans do not believe that the government bears the main burden of taking care of the poor. Asked who has the “greatest responsibility for helping the poor,” just over one-third said that the government does. That figure has not budged in three decades. ">How do Americans view poverty? Many blue-collar whites, key to Trump, criticize poor people as lazy and content to stay on welfare | Los Angeles Times Most Americans do not believe that the government bears the main burden of taking care of the poor. Asked who has the “greatest responsibility for helping the poor,” just over one-third said that the government does. That figure has not budged in three decades.

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Most Americans do not believe that the government bears the main burden of taking care of the poor. Asked who has the “greatest responsibility for helping the poor,” just over one-third said that the government does. That figure has not budged in three decades.
How do Americans view poverty? Many blue-collar whites, key to Trump, criticize poor people as lazy and content to stay on welfare | Los Angeles Times Most Americans do not believe that the government bears the main burden of taking care of the poor. Asked who has the “greatest responsibility for helping the poor,” just over one-third said that the government does. That figure has not budged in three decades. " class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Severe Inequality Is Incompatible With the American Dream – The Atlantic Why extreme wealth makes it hard for people to do better than their parents did">Severe Inequality Is Incompatible With the American Dream – The Atlantic Why extreme wealth makes it hard for people to do better than their parents did

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Why extreme wealth makes it hard for people to do better than their parents did
Severe Inequality Is Incompatible With the American Dream – The Atlantic Why extreme wealth makes it hard for people to do better than their parents did" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More