How the Congress, the President, and the affluent have dual standards of laws for themselves and the poor
Criticizes the fact that those in power make the laws and have hearings regarding the poor and black people as those groups have "no knowledge, no voice, no participation or choices" in the decisions that are made for them. The writer claims that the United States government does not care and would rather let food rat than give it to people who are disadvantaged.
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