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Social critic and author William Volllmann traveled the world asking one question of the people he met who lived in poverty: Why are you poor? Some of the answers he received were expected, others were not. In the end, Vollmann doesn’t pass judgment but passes on what he discovered.
- William Vollmann Journalist and author of the 2005 National Book Award winning novel, "Europe Central."
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