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Kevin Xu 40022416 Prof. Evadne Anderson WSL 204/Term #/Section # 11/30/2017 Essay: Draft 2 Government should be responsible for eliminating poverty Poverty, malnutrition, hunger, and disease are the symbols of developing countries. People often see on Tv that people in third countries have been fighting hunger and disease. However, these conditions are common in any country, not only in developing countries but also in developed countries. The government in many countries have blamed poverty on the poor themselves, but in fact, the government should be responsible for eliminating poverty. Inequality, the disadvantages of capitalism and the lack of understanding of why poverty is all need to be solved by the government. Inequality is one of the causes of poverty, and the government has a responsibility to solve inequality. Inequality includes wealth inequality, inequality
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in education, inequality of opportunity and others inequalities. These disparities are due t the government and society. For example, Canada is a stratified society, and there is a vast gap regarding wealth, income and right(Bloaria, and Wptherspoon, 2000). In fact, the inequalities not only distinguish people of different classes but also influences people’s daily lives. Wealthy people are free
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