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Has the US stopped trying to help its poor?


The Washington Post's Eugene Robinson uses a new Martin Luther King Jr. memorial as a springboard to discuss inequality in the U.S. He writes: "King was a passionate advocate for economic justice, speaking…for all Americans seeking to pull themselves out of poverty and dysfunction. On this score, we haven't just failed to make sufficient progress. We've stopped trying."