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Poverty and Inequality


Occasional research on the topic Inequality is listed below.

The Budget and Religion: Principles for Informing Policy

House Budget Committee chairman Paul Ryan (R–WI) is being criticized by the secular and religious left for comments he made about the role his Catholic faith played in crafting his budget. The most outrageous criticism is that it played any role at all. Read More.

The typical poor person in the United States has a far higher living standard than the public imagines. While their lives are not opulent, they are far from the images of dire poverty conveyed by the press, liberal activists, and politicians. Policies to tackle poverty must address its major causes: the absence of married fathers in the home and low levels of work.


Experts on Inequality

  • Ryan T. Anderson, Ph.D. img Ryan T. Anderson, Ph.D.

    William E. Simon Senior Research Fellow in American Principles and Public Policy

  • Jennifer A. Marshall img Jennifer A. Marshall

    Vice President for the Institute for Family, Community, and Opportunity, and the Joseph C. and Elizabeth A. Anderlik Fellow