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The existence of poverty does not necessarily mean that our socioeconomic system is unjust. It is very easy to sit back and point the figure at our government or our system.

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Team 1Laws 420: Legal and Ethical IssuesDevry UniversityBernadine CotinJonathan AcostaDaniel PaganAnthony SanchezGroup 1The existence of poverty does not necessarily mean that our socioeconomic system isunjust. It is very easy to sit back and point the figure at our government or our system. It is truethat we are outsourcing more and more jobs, which are taking away from jobs here in the U.S.,but there are jobs out there that can at least sustain a family, maybe you wont have the entirenewest computer, biggest TV etc... But you can have a roof over your head and bed to sleep in.As the book stated I believe in poverty as a matter of our own decision, not as a flaw insociety, I believe that we as Americans choose to go the easy route and not work hard. I believethat if we put a little more effort in finding jobs and working more we can achieve success. Eachperson has

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