David Shipler

Living Poor In America

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Hour 2:           How is it possible that hard-working people with steady jobs are still barely getting by and what can be done improve their opportunities and lives? We’ll talk this hour with David K. Shipler, Pulitzer Prize-winner and author of “The Working Poor: Invisible in America” (Vintage, Paperback, 2005). Shipler will be in town to address the Community Financial Stability Summit, sponsored by United Way of Metropolitan Dallas this week.

  • http://twitter.com/bodycando elliott

    Insightful interview! Thanks for sharing your concerns on how social theorists can better formulate the problems of poverty.

  • http://twitter.com/bodycando elliott

    Insightful interview! Thanks for sharing your concerns on how social theorists can better formulate the problems of poverty.

  • http://twitter.com/bodycando elliott

    Insightful interview! Thanks for sharing your concerns on how social theorists can better formulate the problems of poverty.

  • http://twitter.com/bodycando elliott

    Insightful interview! Thanks for sharing your concerns on how social theorists can better formulate the problems of poverty.

  • http://twitter.com/bodycando elliott

    Insightful interview! Thanks for sharing your concerns on how social theorists can better formulate the problems of poverty.

  • Dr-Know/IQ-2k

    Oddly the mention of children made the issue all too touchy – unfortunately responsible procreation gets little play in this society, but lay at the heart of the subject. Although the Octomom finally brought some light on the subject. Today’s partisan politics could actually be quelled with some movement in this direction.

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