Wealth and Poverty in America: A Reader
|Creator: Dalton Conley|
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Languages: English (Unknown), English (Original Language), English (Published)
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Publication Date: November 8, 2002
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What does it mean to be poor in America at the dawn of the 21st century? For that matter, what does it mean to be rich? And how are the two related to each other? These apparently simple questions present enormous theoretical and empirical challenges to any student or social scientist. Wealth and Poverty in America is a collection of over 20 important essays on the complex relationship between the rich and poor in the United States. The authors include classical and contemporary thinkers on a wide variety of topics such as economic systems, the lifestyles of the rich and poor, and public policy. An editorial introduction and suggestions for further reading make this a useful and valuable source of information and analysis on the realities of the American rich and American poor.
- Collects 23 of the most important essays by classic and contemporary thinkers on wealth and poverty in America.
- Covers economic systems, lifestyles of the rich and poor, and public policy.
- Includes editorial introduction and a further reading list.
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