...And Other Nations Do Better Keeping Poverty At BayGene Koretz
How does the U.S. antipoverty system stack up against those of other nations? To find out, Syracuse University economist Timothy M. Smeeding, writing in the current issue of Challenge, looks at poverty rates in eight industrial countries, including Britain, Canada, France, Germany, and Sweden in the mid-1980s.
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