alexa Poverty, Crime and Economic Polarization in America

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Poverty, Crime and Economic Polarization in America
Every day I read about the increasing income inequality in the United States. This very morning I saw an article written by Hope Yen [1] of the Associated Press, which stated, “worker’s wages and salaries are growing at the lowest rate relative to corporate profits in U.S. history.” Yen’s article helped to shed light on a statistic released just last week by the U.S. department of agricultural, which reported that 20% of all American households made use of food stamps. Yen asserts that a significant number of food stamp recipients are low-wage workers with some college.
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