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The Growing Problem of World Poverty

Summary: With our rising rates of unemployment and homelessness and lack of education, America and a number of other countries are diving into poverty. With worldwide involvement and unlimited financial and human resources, our country and numerous others could take a sizable step in fixing these problems.
A young boy sits on the side of the road wearing tattered clothes, covered in dirt, inhaling a half-eaten sandwich he pulled out of a nearby dumpster. He resorts to drugs to abate his hunger and becomes a gang member for protection; he is tired of the other boys beating him up at night. Forced to steal and beg to stay alive, to bathe in a fountain, to grow up so fast, and to witness the underbelly of society, the root of his problems - his parental circumstances - has long since faded from his memory. His parents worked at a car factory for the first few years of his life. Though they earned very little in the assembly line and were in immense debt, they somehow managed to afford a small shack and food. Unfortunately, this boy's parents worked in the SUV department of the factory, and...

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