Want to "get inside" the mind, soul and life of a chronically low-income person? Here's how her story/essay aims to help us understand that which can only be truly understood from her position:
There's no way to structure this coherently. They are random observations that might help explain the mental processes. But often, I think that we look at the academic problems of poverty and have no idea of the why. We know the what and the how, and we can see systemic problems, but it's rare to have a poor person actually explain it on their own behalf. So this is me doing that, sort of.
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