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Poverty is a big curse; it refers to the condition not having enough resources to fulfil one’s own needs and wishes. Poverty includes the lack of social, economic and political resources in order to fulfil the goals or dreams that a person has planned. It becomes a major barrier in the way of improvement of quality of life and hinders the social and economic growth of any country (Ravallion, 2017).
There is a great controversy and debate going on since a long time that since whether a poor person can change the decisions and policies regarding any family. This question has been under debate for a long time, especially the decisions, policies, rules, regulations and laws regarding the nations. In my personal opinion, the social status of any class plays a great role in the process of decision making and crafting of policies whether it’s in any family, any society or any group of people, even in the case of big and small nations (Landes, 2015).
Policies are made in any country keeping in mind the poor class of the society so that it can benefit them and improve their financial condition. Governments in any country keep the poor class of the society in their mind so that they can be provided better facilities and quality of life can be improved for them. Poor class of any country have the potential to move a country from gallows to gushes in a very short time, the only need is to provide them with necessary resources which every person needs to live. These resources include food, clothing, shelter and education (Lewis, 2017). There are many instances in history, where poor class changed the pattern of history just on the basis of their struggles or the rich or ruling class had to change their decisions only to suit the major class of their society (Popper, 2013).
Landes, D. S. (2015). Wealth and poverty of nations. Hachette UK.
Lewis, O. (2017). The culture of poverty. In Poor Jews (pp. 9-25). Routledge.
Popper, K. (2013). The poverty of historicism. Routledge.
Ravallion, M. (2017). Poverty comparisons. Routledge.
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