Students are reading "People Are Poor Through Their Own Bad Choices." We have discussed in class how, for many hard working people, poverty is difficult to escape. Now we are going to look at the other side of why people think others are in poverty.
These are the questions:
1. What are examples of "government interventions"?
2. What are the "two americas" that the author refers to?
3. What is problematic about women choosing to have children outside of wedlock, in terms of poverty.
4. Why is education the second greatest characteristic of poverty?
5. Explain how you have seen the characteristics of poverty mentioned in this article, in Gang Leader for a Day.
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