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There is no one who loves politics as much as I do. And yet, somehow I didn't start watching the Netflix series House of Cards until more than two years after the first episode came out.
I intended to watch. Really. But frankly, I was put off by the severe criticism from many political journalists — people whose opinions I really respect — who thought the show was unrealistic.
Being poor is, first and foremost, about lacking resources. Low-income Americans live hand-to-mouth, and almost half of all households in major cities don't have enough savings to see them through an unexpected emergency.
But being poor is also about chaos. In the last few decades, employers have taken on more low-income part-timers, sometimes using sophisticated software that matches workers with periods of peak activity.