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Robert F. KellyPoverty Knowledge has many strengths. It is a well-written analysis by a historian with substantial experience in the not-for-profit organizations that funded and substantively influenced much of the production of poverty knowledge over the past two decades. O'Connor's historical tracking of the relative influence of sociology, anthropology, and economics, and their paradigms in the production of poverty knowledge will be essential reading for historians of the social and policy sciences.
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