In order to find effective solutions to world poverty, one must first understand its cause. Thus, why are some countries rich while others are poor? Is it merely luck or accident of history? Is the source of the problem internal or external?

In order to find effective solutions to world poverty, one must first understand its cause. Thus, why are some countries rich while others are poor? Is it merely luck or accident of history? Is the source of the problem internal or external?

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In order to find effective solutions to world poverty, one must first understand its cause.

Thus, why are some countries rich while others are poor? Is it merely luck or accident of history? Is the source of the problem internal or external?