‘I Try So Hard Not To Cry’: Nearly Half Of U.S. Households Face A Financial Crisis
There is very little to nothing people can do about it. The problems with poverty, inequality, and nearly everything else associated to those issues are structural. One simple example is the stimulus checks – you give it to most everybody, and most of it gets gobbled up in food, rent, health care payments. If you try lower prices/cost, or force moratoriums on payments to relieve burdens, then the system itself collapses, or investments stop or go into reverse which degrades the quality and sustainability of the system itself. You can also talk about education and how it ties into availability, family well-being, cultural aspects, etc. Again, not problems that can be solved easily or at all, and on and on, especially since large numbers of people will resist or fight to the end in order to maintain status quo.
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