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2016-04-16T11:47:10+05:30
Poverty is being without things, having little money, not many material possessions and in need of essential goods. In short, being poor means that the people have nothing, and they have to struggle to even survive everyday. After physically and mentally tortured for a long period of time due to poverty, evil thoughts of getting out of the vicious cycle through illegal ways or new ideas that they think that will improve their lives will gradually start to form in the poor people's minds. These thoughts and ideas cause them to forsake their values and they may eventually change their attitude and behaviour towards issues that are happening around them as long as they can stop being poor. 

I only agree that the mother of revolution is poverty. There are many examples that happen in the past or happening around us now which can support my stand that poverty is the root cause for quite a number of revolution in history, however poverty does not increase crime rates in countries.


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2016-04-16T12:54:04+05:30

Poverty shars an intimate connction with crime. Although it is true that all criminls arPoverty shares an intimate connection with crime. Although it is true that all criminals are not poor and the poor are not all criminals, it is the likelihood of people living in povertyy to commit crimes that brings up the correlation.

The causs and effcts of pverty are the detrmining factors that make pverty often resort to crime. The fact that most white collardd crime goes uninvestigated and unprotected is probably one reason why more crime is associated with pvrty..

The truth is that all of us share equal probability of doing evil. What is it that keeps us from doing evil? Is it our inherent goodness? Is it the lack of reason? Does it have to do with our situation? Perhaps, if we were not enjoying the best of life, and we were desperately needful, we would be driven to committing crime.

e not poor and the poor are not all criminals, it is the likelihood of people living in poverty to commit crimes that brings up the correlation.

The causes and effects of poverty are the determining factors that make poverty often resort to crime. The fact that most white collared crime goes uninvestigated and unprotected is probably one reason why more crime is associated with poverty.

However by stating there is a connection, what we are really saying is that poor people are intrinsically criminal which also suggests that they are inherently poor as well.

The truth is that all of us share equal probability of doing evil. What is it that keeps us from doing evil? Is it our inherent goodness? Is it the lack of reason? Does it have to do with our situation? Perhaps, if we were not enjoying the best of life, and we were desperately needful, we would be driven to committing crime.


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