Poverty is a Choice: How and Why Millions Turn Their Backs on the American Dream

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About Joseph S. Bayana

Joseph S. Bayana is the founder of the Institute for the Study of Succession and Continuity (ISSC), a privately-funded, not-for-profit think tank that endeavors to do research and disseminate information on the continuous viability of the United States of America, democracy and free-market capitalism (www.greatestchallenge.org).

He is the pioneering expert in Succession and Continuity Studies.

Joseph's second book "Poverty is a Choice: How and Why Millions Turn Their Back on the American Dream," aims to change the way we look at the socio-economic issue of poverty; from a perception of helplessness and destitution to one of choice, learning and achieving goals.

Joseph has a Bachelor‘s Degree in Political Science, Masters Degree in History, and has deferred his doctorate studies to pursue his research and passion for Succession and Continuity Studies.

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Poverty is a choice (the interviews)
How and why millions turn their backs on the American dream. Everyone has the right to freedom and self-determination, but they should hold themselves accountable for the duties of education and the responsibilities of wealth accumulation.

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