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Let Them Eat Ketchup!: The Politics of Poverty and Inequality

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Paperback, 160 pages
ISBN: 0-85345-905-3
Released: January 1996

Let Them Eat Ketchup! — the title comes from a Reagan administration decision to classify ketchup as a vegetable in federal school lunch programs — explains: how governments define and measure poverty, how and why official definitions of poverty fall short, and the failure to deal with the real suffering and inequality in our “class-free” society.

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SKU: mrp9053 Categories: ,

Publication Date: January 1996

Number of Pages: 160

Paperback ISBN: 9780853459057

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