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Taylor, school - wrote on 5/7/2004 2:27:07 PM
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Comment:I think that people don't know how much food they are wasting,and if they did it probably wouldn't matter still.Because people see it in commercials,and have other resources for the information.And they think that its not their problem.

Jonathan, California - wrote on 5/5/2004 9:57:57 AM
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Comment:Thanks for the article it is informative. I noticed that some of your stats were 5 or 6 years old it would be interesting to see where we are today. I enjoyed reading the discussions. A few people wrote about how there are many contributors to poverty; I could not agree with them more. We need help those who truely cannot provide for themselves and force those that should be providing to do so. I did want to address Jacob's comment about the War in Iraq. Poverty is not the only issue in the world that needs to be taken care of. I am in the military and it is interesting how you protray the reasoning behind the War. If you are going to openly critisize something at least give the whole picture and reasons behind it. Why did you not mention the cruel things that Saddam was doing to his people. What about his support for terrorists. Sorry about going on about the War when we should be talking about poverty, but it gets me when someone will throw there idea into a conversation no matter what is being talked about. I could not let this go with out saying something.

Jacob, Illinois - wrote on 5/3/2004 5:13:02 PM
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Comment:Think of what America spends its money on. Blowing up Iraq for one man then giving them 86 billion dollars to rebuild. Come on. Thanks again for the paper

Arlette Campos, Nogales,Arizona - wrote on 5/3/2004 12:02:23 PM
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Comment:thanks. I am doing a research paper about poverty in America and this page was very helpful. thanks again :)

Jacob, Illinois - wrote on 4/28/2004 12:04:07 PM
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Comment:thank you thank you thank you!!!!!!!!!! This GREATLY helped my paper One last time THANK YOU!!!!!

Sean makiney, California - wrote on 4/21/2004 12:50:52 PM
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Comment:Nice stats but the CALL to ARMS against thepoverty issue also needs a few more stats... 17.4% of ALL Americans fo not have a H.S. diploma. Unemployment is currently around 5.5 to 6%. So even the unskilled are finding jobs. Maybe there is another issue here... but I think attempting to strongarm the goverment and rich into paying for the poor, undriven, and generally stupid just seems like a bad choice. Get up and get a job, two if you have to, and quite paying the poor me card.

Brent, Dalby - wrote on 4/20/2004 8:05:00 PM
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Comment:I am doing a paper about poverty in America and the stats were very helpful, thanks.

chris phillips, tacoma - wrote on 4/19/2004 1:09:53 AM
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Comment:thanks u for your help in the stats. i had an report on the unrepresented and this is perfect for what i need. im in 10th grade.

Mallory, Iowa - wrote on 4/12/2004 3:37:43 PM
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Comment:I am doing an essay on those living in poverty in America, the stats were a great help!

carmine, newark - wrote on 4/5/2004 1:51:03 PM
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Comment:this really helped me out with my research a great source of information.

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