Homeless and hungry: Sobering images of Camden, New Jersey, expose...
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Camden is now the most impoverished city in the United States, with nearly 32,000 of its 77,000 residents officially struggling to survive.
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#1 Oct 19, 2012
amazing the article calls Philadelphia a more affluent area. And they go to the worst areas in Camden, there are people in Camden that take pride in there homes and that do work and make a honest living. Half the addicts come from the suburbs that is probably who is eating out the trash i dont see all that on a regular it depends where you go.
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