America's fight against poverty has a growing hole. Some say it's time to pay attention to the people falling through it: men.
IN KEEPING WITH the work ethic of their Puritan forebears, Americans have always preferred to direct their generosity to the "deserving" poor: the have-nots who, through no fault of their own, are unable to support themselves. Since the New Deal, the first large-scale federal initiative to aid the needy, the US government has focused its antipoverty efforts on the vulnerable, ... (Full article: 2253 words)
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