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Deadline Now: Living on Two Dollars a Day

  • Aired: 03/31/2017
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
Many believe that there are government programs for the poor. If they don’t use them to get out of poverty, it’s their own fault. Luke Shaefer, a professor of social work and public policy at the University of Michigan, is the co-author of the book – “Two Dollars a Day – Living on Almost Nothing in America.” It relates the stories of some of four million Americans who live on less than $2 a day.
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What's the reality for the American poor who are living on $2 or less per day?
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