Poor No More

Elvin, John
November 1998
Insight on the News;11/02/98, Vol. 14 Issue 40, p35
Reports on the belief of the Heritage Foundation, that poor Americans are better housed, better fed and own more personal property than average Americans. Facts by foundation analyst Robert Rector to support the assessment; Reference to findings by the United States Census Bureau on poverty.


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