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Robert Putnam

Whose fault is poverty? Is it the fault of the poor themselves or of society at large? The question of culture versus economics lies at the heart of a deep political divide on how to tackle poverty....

Spotlight on: Transportation

For families and children, affordable, reliable transportation options can be the difference between success and poverty. Get the scoop >>

Rural America After the Recession
A Youth Today special report and photo essay by award-winning journalists explores the deep impact of poverty on rural America. Read it now >>

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Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP)
Low-income youth and adults need pathways to...
4/1
The House Republican budget was presented on April 1...
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First Focus
Reflecting on the 50 years since President Johnson...
1/9
A report, poll and communications resources addressing...
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Feeding America
Feeding America spoke with people across America about...

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5/18
The Brookings Institution
Whose fault is poverty? Is it the fault of the poor...
5/15
The Atlantic
Southern Education Foundation has released a report...
5/7
The New York Times
Across the United States, in six of the nation’s...
3/23
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Robert D. Putnam has accomplished many things –...
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Annie E. Casey Foundation
The 2014 KIDS COUNT Data Book — the...

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Half in Ten and partners
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SAVE 4 All
There are people in Congress who would cut or end...
11/15
National Human Services Assembly
With a fiscal cliff looming in the not-so-distant...
11/14
Feeding America
The first 100 days of an administration are critical....
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