Summary Of Poverty In The Bay Area

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This article discusses the high amount poverty in the Bay area. It provides statistics such as the number of people living in poverty and its percentage in each city. The piece also compares these statistics to other parts of the United States, and to previous years.

The article provides a credible source for facts in order to validate the satire (appeal to logos). It allows for the true problems to still be noted within the outrageous solution.

This article describes the high price for housing in the Bay Area through personal accounts of local citizens. It mentions that with all the "tech-fueled" job growth, more people come to the Bay Area for work. With more people, but still relatively the same amount of housing, the prices for buying

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