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Here is why poverty is not a personal choice — but a reflection of society

Why poverty is not a personal choice, but a reflection of society By Shervin Assari, Research Investigator of Psychiatry and Public Health, University of Michigan. A homeless camp in Los Angeles, where homelessness has risen 23 percent in the past year, in May 2017. AP Photo/Richard Vogel As the...
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