"You don't have a car to get to a supermarket, much less to Costco or Trader Joe's, where the middle class goes to save money. You don't have three hours to take the bus. So you buy groceries at the corner store, where a gallon of milk costs an extra dollar."
Brown continues to explain how those living in poverty are stuck in a cycle of low-paying jobs, high-priced goods, restrictive time-consuming realities, and no credit that makes it nearly impossible to break the cycle.
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