Poverty (Opposing Viewpoints) (Paperback)
This book contains several articles in which researchers, advocates, and commentators debate the causes of poverty, how poverty can be reduced in the United States, and how global poverty should be addressed. Essay sources include PRWeb, the U.S. Census Bureau, and Working Poor Families Project. Essayists answer queries, such as whether increasing the minimum wage will reduce poverty, and whether welfare reform has reduced poverty. They discuss whether microfanchising will be a solution to solving global poverty and other compelling ideas that will educate your readers.