Poverty as a Structural Problem  

I wholeheartedly concur with Barry Bluestone’s position in “The Poor Who Have Jobs” (DISSENT, September-October 1968) that the currently popular proposals to adapt the poor to our modern industrialized economy through programs of manpower training and development are totally inadequate as …

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