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JohnModica at Aug 15, 2018 05:16 PM

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government to do it. It has avoided urban poverty by shifting
the blame to suppposed rural roots, and then deftly placed the
burden of rebuilding upon the poor themselves. The final
realization of the exploitive system of the United States is
that its rich create the rural and urban slums and then ask
the poor, through "self-help" to change them. Some poor black
people in the urban slums are changing them, but not in an
accepted fashion. Poor rural black people are, on the whole,
still receptive to "constructive" methods of change. A variety
of such efforts have taken place during the past year in the
South."

There is the beginning of a movement the co-op movementthat offers some hope for the rural black poor.

There are several such Southern examples of coops. They
all have failings of one sort or another; none are self supporting,
all require some sort of subsidy. They have been successful, how-
ever, in keeping people, desparate people, together in a variety of'
community organizations.

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