The Poverty Paradox: why is there still so much economic hardship in the US?

An unhoused man asks for money in San Francisco. In a new book, author Mark Rank looks at why one of the world’s wealthiest countries has such a high rate of poverty

Mark Rank thinks about American poverty like a game of musical chairs.

“What we’ve done so long is focus on who loses out in the game rather than why the game produces losers in the first place,” the social scientist says in a video call from his office at Washington University in St Louis, Missouri. “We’re playing a game of musical chairs with 10 players and only eight […]

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