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Unformatted text preview: falls victim to. I believe that poverty is something that cannot be eradicated because the necessary, wholehearted effort will never be undertaken by enough of society. The fact that most Americans are cultivated in society to have a me first attitude towards many life scenarios can only serve as a hindrance to the cause of eliminating poverty. Steps such as welfare reform and better job security can help to stifle the growth of poverty. Taking those who are not in need off of welfare is a huge step in slowing povertys growth. Improved schooling for those in need could help parents try to locate jobs rather than struggling to be parents and search for jobs all at once. Overall, more public awareness and care could be the start to the possible end of poverty....
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