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I enjoyed reading this book and would advise anyone interesting in knowing more about poverty to read it.
Hopefully if enough of us can put our head's together we can find a way to help those who are less fortunate than us and in doing so uplift all of us.
As can be deduced from above, this book tackles the "P" word--poverty, with excellent suggestions for its elimination.
I read a large chunk of this book sitting in my car in the leafy suburban paradise of River Forest, Illinois while waiting for my daughters at a birthday party. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Dienne
filled with stats that will likely cause you to lose sleep, the authors make a compelling case for addressing poverty in America.Published 1 month ago by Ann Mac
The divide between those who have a great deal and those who have only enough to be comfortable is large, but not one that we, fortunately, let become one that leads to a battle.Published 1 month ago by John M. Flaherty Jr.
Need to read if you are even the slightest bit concerned about where this country is going and what it's been up to.Published 3 months ago by J.Grimm
Great title but no substance. Frankly I did not finish it, it is perhaps not fair for me to pass judgement.Published 4 months ago by eagleeyepete
The authors advocate for nondiscrimination of the poor through dehumanization and demonization, however they opt to place this label upon the rich, affluent, and well-off. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Vincent N.
"Ass Burn" is the totally hilarious and relatable story of a young woman who realizes that regardless of how much formal education we may have, Life is always the ultimate... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lesley