Poverty Essay | Reasons for Poverty in the United States

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Reasons for Poverty in the United States

Summary: Poverty continues to exist in the United States because it's a cycle: You are born into it, making it hard to get a job; without a job you can't pay for schooling, without a high school degree, you can't invest in a career; without a career, you can support your family; and by not being able to support your family you are making it harder for them to break out of poverty.
"Poverty is like punishment for a crime you didn't commit." -Eli Khamarov

Should this quote be taken seriously? Should the upper classes in the United States blame those born into poverty for their own misfortune? In this cause and affect essay, I will take you through the process of what we define as "poor" and how we are dealing with it.

There is no known pinpoint to what actually causes poverty, for it can be a number of things. You could be born into it, thus making it hard for you to get a job, without a job you wouldn't be able to pay for schooling, without a high school degree you wouldn't be able to invest in a career, without a career you wouldn't be able to support your family, and by not being able to support your family you are making...

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