The Poverty Trade By Daniel L. Hatcher
The Poverty Trade by Daniel L. Hatcher will go away you jaw dropped. It’s a must-read for anybody excited by understanding the loopy net of monetary pursuits that revenue from poverty in America. His meticulous analysis and storytelling exposes the methods wherein authorities businesses and personal companies exploit weak people and households who’re struggling to make ends meet. The e-book is a robust name to motion to reform our damaged methods and prioritize the wants of these residing in poverty. I extremely suggest this eye-opening and thought-provoking e-book.
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The governmental agencies exert such a time tax on the impoverished that it’s insane. People don’t understand that. I work in low income housing for a nonprofit. I try to do whatever I can to make things easier for them. Honestly though, the amount of paperwork we have to do for grants and donations is insane. The system is definitely broken.
It’s always been a class war: rich vs the poor, haves vs the have-nots. It’s always been a rigged game. But people don’t want to see that unfortunately. It’s easier to think if you just “work hard” you can get out of poverty. But they don’t even know that someone else made the rules of the game and they can’t care to try and change them. It’s such shit.
Our system is beyond broken.