Of Many Things

Anderson, George M.
July 2003
America;7/7/2003, Vol. 189 Issue 1, p2
Presents an article on Part of the Solution, a religious organization that helps the poor and homeless in New York City. Goal of the organization; Increase in the number of families who come for the daily meals served by the organization; Factors which contribute to the rise in the number of poor people across the U.S.


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