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Poverty Safari

Understanding the Anger of Britain's Underclass
in: Sociology

The book offers an insightful exploration of the complex social issues faced by the impoverished communities in the UK, drawing from the author's personal experiences growing up in a deprived area of Glasgow. It delves into the impact of poverty on individuals and society, and critiques the various political and social responses to these challenges.

Key points:

1. Poverty Cycle: McGarvey discusses how factors like lack of education and crime trap people in poverty.

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