Kenneth Galbraith's The Position Of Poverty

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In American society today poverty is a devastating social dilemma that exists in the largest cities and the rural country. Kenneth Galbraith, a famous economist, discusses in his essay “The Position of Poverty” two types of poverty and the causes. He points out the difference in case poverty and insular poverty. He suggest that poverty is a serious issue in American society, and we must pull together to eradicate the problem. In American society today there is a wide range of desolating case and insular poverty, and society’s bias opinion about these issues have not changed much over the years. Case poverty is a very pernicious situation for its victims. Galbraith states, “Case poverty is commonly and properly related to some characteristics

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