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Poverty is, "The condition of having little or no wealth or few material possessions" (the Oxford English Dictionary).  The topics of income and poverty can touch on subjects including labor law, housing, trade, and access to resources.

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HUD Headquarters Building--Snow Scenes (photograph by Ron Bennett)