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Facts, figures, stats, and other hard data on poverty

Defining terms: Click here for US Federal Poverty Guidelines

Boiling it down in Michigan: Click here for the National Poverty Center

You may not count, but they're counting you: Click here for US Census info on income and poverty

You can't argue with facts if you can't find 'em: Click here for US Census fact-finder

Best of times, worst of times: Click here for CNN's Top 10 richest states (and the 10 poor ones to avoid)

Where The Poor Are: US map of poor populations

"Nonpartisan Social Policy"? I'm in!: Click here for The Urban Institute

It ain't Poor Richard's, but it'll do: Click here for Almanac of Poverty Issues

(Is it because they're poor?): Click here for "Global Issues: Causes of Poverty"

More, more, more: Click here for more "Global Issues" poverty facts and stats

Because they CARE, dammit: Click here for The CARE Children and Poverty Campaign

It's free and unregulated, so it must be true: Click here for Wikipedia dictionary on US Poverty

A Jihad against poverty: Click here to see US poverty through the eyes of our "enemies"

They're worth more because they cost more: Click here for AFL-CIO "Executive Paywatch" site

If only the poor had a lobby: Click here for Congressional fundraising figures

H&R Blockheads: Click here for presidential tax returns

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A Modest Proposal for a film by Kurt Engfehr and Ken Pisani.
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