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I'm not sure what you meant

If you're comparing poverty in North Korea to poverty in the USA, you cannot ignore the fundamental fact that, in the USA, people are free to live their lives however they choose.

You want to be poor, be poor. You want to be well-off, be well-off. You want to live on welfare, live on welfare (the rest of us will be forced to pay for it). You want to be average, be average. In the USA, it's all up to the individual. Such is not the case in North Korea or other repressive dictatorship countries.

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