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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2004

    One Nation, Underprivileged: Why American Poverty Affects Us All

    The scope and insights of 'One Nation, Underprivileged' are amazing. If you were to read just one book on American poverty, this should be your book. It lays out a powerful new direction for making America a better and more humane place to live. Highly recommended for anyone concerned about the inequities in America, and changing the direction this country has been heading. A tour de force!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 28, 2004

    One Nation, Underprivileged: Why American Poverty Affects Us All

    I've read quite a few books on American poverty, but 'One Nation, Underprivileged' is by far the best. Rank develops an argument that engages his readers, and he demonstrates why poverty is an issue that every American needs to be concerned about. Just as important, he provides the reader with a number of innovative strategies and ideas that would begin to alleviate poverty and make the United States a more just society. This book is a powerful tool for all who are interested in creating a positive social change in this country. Highly recommended!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2004

    A Must Read!

    This is a really thought-provoking book. The fact that most Americans at some point in their lives will experience poverty puts an entirely different spin on the subject. Poverty becomes an issue of 'us', rather than 'them.' A must read for anyone interested in the issues of poverty and inequality.

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