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Magazine Articles

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Working Papers

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Books

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Freeman, Richard B. The New Inequality: Creating Solutions for Poor America. Boston : Beacon Press, 1999.

Freeman, Richard B. When Earnings Diverge: Causes, Consequences, and Cures For the New Inequality in the U.S. National Policy Association Committee on New American Realities, 1997.

Goff, Brian L. Spoiled Rotten: Affluence, Anxiety, and Social Decay in America. Boulder: Westview Press, 1999

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Web Sites

Census Bureau
Provides various statistics for the United States including poverty and income.

Economic Policy Institute
The EPI is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that conducts economic research, and makes policy suggestions. Includes information on poverty and inequality.

International Monetary Fund

Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers
The IMF is an international organization that attempts to foster monetary cooperation between countries, promote economic growth and provide countries with financial assistance. Site includes papers on poverty and links to other sites.

World Bank

PovertyNet
The World Bank is a United Nations agency that provides development assistance to the poorest countries and individuals in the world. Site includes information on poverty levels around the world, how poverty is measured and other statistics.

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