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Ending or reducing poverty begins with the recognition that doing so is a worthy ideal and an attainable goal. Efforts to alleviate poverty are often motivated by a sense of moral responsibility.
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Quick Quiz 1. According to conflict theorists, who are the exploited workers? A. bourgeoisie B. proletariat C. underclass D. nacrimas
Answer: B According to conflict theorists, the proletariat are the exploited workers.
Quick Quiz 2. The major cause of homelessness is: A. mental illness among the homeless. B. substance abuse among the homeless. C. unemployment. D. lack of affordable housing.
Answer: D The major cause of homelessness is a lack of affordable housing .
Quick Quiz 3. Government programs that have eligibility requirements based on income are called what? A. merit-based programs B. requirement oriented programs C. means-tested programs D. none of these choices
Answer: C Government programs that have eligibility requirements based on income are called means-tested programs .
Quick Quiz 4. Children are more likely than adults to live in poverty. A. True B. False
Answer: A. True Children are more likely than adults to live in poverty.
Quick Quiz 5. Gene's corporation is failing yet he receives low-interest government loans, tax reductions, and lower fines when it breaks federal regulations. Gene's corporation is not unique; in fact it is one of many who receive what conflict theorists call: A. hegemony. B. wealthfare. C. welfare. D. interest giving.
Answer: B Gene's corporation is not unique; in fact it is one of many who receive what conflict theorists call wealthfare .

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