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Who is to be blamed for poverty? The Government? Industries? or the people in poverty?

Please try and not have this to be an opinion answer. If you could find some research or an article to back your statement. Thank you.

Asked By: theloneeagle1722 - 11/27/2007
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The answer above mine is completely ridiculous. First of all - check your spelling. It is hard to take anything you say regarding the salary trends of CEO's seriously when you can't tell the difference between there/their. Also, when wages for factory workers continue to rise in the US, it is simple for a company to... More
Answered By: Kate the Great - 11/27/2007
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I think it could be a combination of the three. Different Strokes for different folks. It depends. But, it's not fair to place the blame on one or the other without knowing the circumstances.
Answered By: HONEYCHILD - 11/27/2007
 
this is a complex answer, actually all three of those are good reasons. there is not a single reason why people are in poverty. ethnicity, gov't, the people themselves who may have no motivation, or all they know is to be poor, the big business keeping only certain people wealthy, the list can go on.. check out a book... More
Answered By: Bobow - 11/27/2007
 
The industries should pay the employees better, keeping people from poverty. The CEOs make 800,000 while the line workers make 10.00hr. Both based on basically a 45-48 hr week... More
Answered By: Kim M - 11/27/2007
 
Like so many situations in life it would depend if you are on the inside looking out, or on the outside looking in as to what the cause of poverty may be. But like my grandpa use to say, "Opinions are a dime a dozen, lack of truth is very costly... More
Answered By: Hokiefire - 11/27/2007
 
The 2 specific people I can speak about would lead me to believe it is the people... More
Answered By: kirk0791 - 11/27/2007
 
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