Charles Murray What's So Bad About Being Poor

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One’s living condition is not determined by the amount of wealth acquired by that person. Having a substantial amount of wealth can depict that someone is living a satisfied life. Those without various amounts of money, are then considered inferior, because they do not have access to living a luxurious lifestyle. However, this is not always the case. In Charles Murray’s “What’s So Bad About Being Poor,” Murray explains the correlation between being poor and living in poverty. Be that as it may, people that live in poverty are not necessarily poor. Living in poverty depends on how people use their basic needs of life in order to make a living. The way in which one is able to survive shows that they can achieve happiness without being worrisome
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