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The welfare state and Baltimore's cycle of poverty

The war on poverty hasn't reduced the number of poor in Baltimore or elsewhere; instead of propping up government benefits, we should be encouraging a culture of individual responsibility, writes James A. Dorn, a professor of economics at Towson University and editor of the Cato Journal.
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