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Charles Murray’s Theory of the “Underclass” and Crime

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Charles Murray’s Theory of the “Underclass” and Crime
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This 5 page report discusses journalist and political scientist Charles Murray, author of “The Bell Curve,” and his theories regarding the birth of out-of-wedlock babies, the abolition of the welfare system, and the numerous social problems inherent in American (and more recently, British) society. The writer makes the assertion that Murray’s theories are not accurate since they fail to consider the “underclass” and crime in appropriate context. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

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