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Does The U.S. 'Make Poverty More Comfortable?'

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The United States is among the world's wealthiest countries, but it has one of the highest poverty rates among developed nations. Host Michel Martin talks about how the U.S. can get a hold on poverty with New York University Professor Stephen Pimpare and Michael Tanner of the Cato Institute.
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