BEING DISPOSSESSED IN THE 1930s WAS EASIER THAN BEING SO TODAY

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American History

 

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Tracy I

 

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November 30, 2011

 

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University

 

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But only a small number of the 37 million per-sons classified as "poor" by the Census Bureau fit that description. While real material hardship certainly does occur, it is limited in scope and severity. Most of America's "poor" live in material conditions that would be judged as comfortable or well-off just a few generations ago...
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Today, the expenditures per person of the lowest-income one-fifth of house¬holds equal those of the median American household in the early 1970s, after adjusting for inflation.[6] As a group, America's poor are far from being chronically undernourished as they were in the 1930s. The average consump¬tion of protein, vitamins, and minerals is virtually the same for poor and middle-class children and, in most cases, is well above recommended norms...
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