A Hope for one dream-Peace
The South Bronx, in New York City, is the poorest congressional district with in the United States. Drugs and violence are an enormous problem making living conditions next to impossible. In Amazing Grace by Jonathan Kozol we are taken inside this forgotten place through eyewitness accounts and personal stories, we learn just how troubling poverty really is, and the problems that have created such poverty to begin with. The
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children and eventually view an optimistic outlook in such a hopeless society. I still argue that poverty is from the government and lack of opportunity. So who is right? Does Kozol's claim hold up against the critics argument that poor people live in poverty because the lack of responsibility, or does the critics argument hold up against Kozol's? You be the verdict. Give them a hope for one dream: Peace.