BREAKING THE CYCLE OF POVERTY
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I feel like it's half circumstance and half choice. You still have the ability to go out and go to school and go to work if that's what you really want to do to pull yourself out of poverty. But as far as being born...

I feel like it's half circumstance and half choice. You still have the ability to go out and go to school and go to work if that's what you really want to do, to pull yourself out of poverty. But as far as like being...

I feel like it's half circumstance and half choice. You still have the ability to go out and go to school and go to work if that's what you really want to do to pull yourself out of poverty. But as far as like being...

I feel like it's half circumstance and half choice, and you still have the ability to go out and go to school and go to work, if that's what you really want to do, to pull yourself out of poverty. But as far as like...

I feel like it's half circumstance half choice, and you still have the ability to go out and go to school and go to work if that's what you really want to do to pull yourself out of poverty. But as far as being born...