By now, there is a fair-sized library devoted to the definition and description of poverty in the United States. The Government itself has financed some excellent studies (Mollie Orshansky’s analysis for the Social Security Administration is an outstanding example). And there are some fine collections of readings for that undergraduate audience which is now required to examine the reality of the other America of the poor.
And yet, there is clearly a need for presentations which g...
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