Jodee Lewis knows that Americans and, really, people all over the world can allow themselves to get trapped. She wants her audience to transcend their surroundings.
Poor people with clear property rights have higher levels of trust, lower teenage pregnancy, more concern for education, and a more positive outlook.
Drawing from over 200 interviews filmed in 20 countries, “Poverty, Inc.” turns up the real story of what cures poverty–and what leaves people poor.
“Look at the Hillbillies. They do drugs and lie around like slovenly dullards in their own indolence,” the writer seems to tells us over and over again.