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The Libertarian Party believes it is time for a new approach to fighting poverty. It is fragmented between a number of fields of service, which did not always allow for a holistic approach. One central policy goal is to avoid the existence of a working poor, i.e. employment targets should not be reached on the basis of people accepting poorly paid jobs. Illinois Atlas: The Data & Mapping Services Division of the Center for Governmental Studies at Northern Illinois University created the IllinoisAtlas, which contains free downloadable maps of demographic and economic information for Illinois counties.

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Publisher: Brookes Publishing Company; 1 edition (January 1996)

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