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Ah, that is what you meant. I agree, the cycle of poverty is what keeps people down. It takes the ability to break the cycle to fix it. That is why we don’t see many highly successful formerly poor people rushing to move back to their hoods when they can move to Beverly Hills or Manahattan, or anywhere else.
But there are jobs in suburbs or in less dense cities.
Not enough to fill the void... lose one minimum wage job and there's another around the corner.
It’s frightening to know the police or emergency services won’t show up if you need them.