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The UN relies on a "relative poverty" rate that tells us very little about actual poverty — and also just happens to make the US look bad.
The tremendous advances, which have made it possible for women to achieve recognition as persons are undoubtedly due in large part to capitalistic contributions.
Global EconomyPovertyTaxes and Spending
The bureaucrats at the IMF and other international bureaucracies actually want people to believe that bigger government means more prosperity.
In spite of rising debt and worries about long term trends in affordability, new American houses and apartments are larger than they've ever been before.
Bureaucracy and RegulationPoverty
Throughout US history, government agents have often discarded "pure" property rights in favor of "development."
PovertyTaxes and Spending
Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and WagesPoverty
Private sponsorship regimes sidestep the public welfare issue by attaching liability to specific people rather than the state as a whole.
Corporate WelfarePovertyU.S. HistoryMonopoly and Competition