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Poverty is an ever increasing problem in our country today It affects millions and leaves many children and adults homeless and hungry The most disturbing part is poverty doesnt just affect those who have been poor decisions in fact most people living in poverty were born into it and have done no wrong All kinds of races and ethnicities live in poverty also it is a deadly trap to fall into a steryotype There are many things we can do to put an end to poverty First as a country it is a good idea to stay out of forgien conflict as this never helps the economy Also creating jobs always sounds like a great idea however its not always this easy Creating jobs means further urbanizing areas and then you will have a hurd of envirnmentalists on your back Mayor Daley actually has one of the best ideas Ive heard yet and that was to scatter public housing into the suburbs to ensure those living in poverty are offered the same privliges as over priviliged suburben teenagers When you think about it though you can cut the edges of poverty down but it cant truly ever go away There will always be a lower class there has to be anything else is communism The only thing that can change is the standard of lower class We can improve their quality of life instead of trying to make them wealthy Consider this maybe we cant make everyone rich and we never will Thats a good thing people are all different and we are all not meant to be wealthy Instead of focusing on poverty lets change it slightly lets make sure every person is living happily The people living in poverty dont always need a quick change into a lavish lifestyle But what do they need Needs are as different as the individual We offer food stamps to the poor but how about counsiling What
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