Poor choices

posted by
September 28, 2011
Cato Institute
by James A. Dorn  
Posted in Commentary

"Poverty is often blamed on high taxes, onerous regulations, barriers to occupational entry and other economic factors. But poverty is also affected by people's choices. For individuals who wait to have children, get married and stay married, obtain more education, and stay out of jail, poverty rates diminish greatly." (09/27/11)


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