Imagine you are a volunteer for an antipoverty organization. You have been asked

Apr 3rd, 2015
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Question description

Imagine you are a volunteer for an antipoverty organization. You have been asked to create the content for a newsletter that will be distributed to the public, to bring awareness to the problem of poverty and its devastating consequences in the United States.

Follow the template below to create the content for the newsletter: 

Poverty Facts

Using the textbook or other resources, list four facts about poverty in the United States and its effects. Indicate the source of the facts.

Newsletter Body

  1. In three or four paragraphs, describe the major explanations for why poverty continues to exist in the United States, one of the richest countries in the world.

  1. In one or two paragraphs, describe why government attempts to reduce poverty have been successful or unsuccessful.
  1. In one or two paragraphs, describe some things the federal government could do to help individuals and families improve their socioeconomic status.
  1. Add a concluding paragraph about why the public should be concerned about poverty.


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