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323
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Women, children, and adults over sixty-five comprise the majority of those considered \"poor.\" One in five persons in North Carolina lives below the poverty line.
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1076
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During the decade of the 1980s there was improvement in most indicators of poverty in the state.
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24884
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Those living in poverty may have an increased risk for preterm births. This is especially relevant for those of African American descent.
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CHES Studies (NoCar RA 407.4 N8 P48), Vol. 99 Issue , February 1996, p1-12, il, bibl, f
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31988
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North Carolina has over one-million people who lack the minimum income to meet their family needs. A study conducted by the North Carolina Fund showed that contrary to the widespread belief, the average poor person works forty hours a week or more, would like more job training and wants their children to get a good education. This article discusses the study’s results and implications in North Carolina.
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36298
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Contentions between America’s political parties arise from misunderstandings as much as differences of opinion, according to the author. Clearing up some misunderstandings is Hood’s analysis of how the first amendment, tax cuts, war on poverty, and fight to improve education impact American society.