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Lessenberry says Shaefer's book can help Americans understand deep poverty

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"Finding a way to win the war on poverty in America" - Michigan Radio. 01/03/2017.

Columnist Jack Lessenberry says reading Luke Shaefer and Kathryn Edin's book, $2 a Day - Living on Almost Nothing in America, can teach us a lot about America's poorest people, including their growing numbers, their nearly universal desire to work, and the benefit they derive from even very small amounts of cash assistance.

$2 a Day

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H. Luke Shaefer

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