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1 in 7 Americans are poor.

The poor are often trapped or enslaved, perhaps only by an inaccurate idea.

The least prejudiced or biased often are the most successful and able to rise out of poverty.

Negotiators who allow almost all participants to win in a conflict tend to prosper.

Those who avoid violence, crime and unethical behavior tend to eventually surmount their poverty.

The willingness to be a true friend in the presence of evil often leads to justice and rewards.

leaving are bad region or situation often is the only way to overcome hardship.

Seeking justice can help overcome class problems.

Education and welfare often are less valuable than experience, relationships, and ethics.

Information rather than education can surmount problems.

Poor hygiene and nutrition often results in poverty.

Excessive wealth disparity often leads to impoverishment of an entire community.

The World Bank blames poverty on: Precarious livelihoods, Excluded locations, Physical limitations, Gender relationships, Problems in social relationships, Lack of security, Abuse by those in power, Disempowering institutions, Limited capabilities, and Weak community organizations

Poor people spend a greater portion of their budgets on basic resources.

The Suburbs and middle classes tend to be the main beneficiaries of social benefits and services.

Environment has the greatest impact on poverty.

Investment in innovation often ends oppression and poverty.

Debt relief or restructuring debt is critical to eliminating poverty.

Redistribution or better distribution reduces poverty.

New, improved, and more efficient systems, especially transportation, welfare, health and education reduce poverty.

Better use of natural resources, especially allowing water to flow or be kept clean naturally insures productivity and system health.

Reducing pollution and resource contamination insures the welfare of generations.

Reuse and recycling unnatural resources helps keep money in communities.

The poor usually caused their own suffering.