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Are black students losing ground because they attend worse schools?
Murray's epiphany led to Losing Ground, in which he argued that the source of poverty among black Americans in particular, the so-called urban underclass, is the attempt to alleviate poverty through social provision.
Charles Murray, arguing for the abolition of welfare in Losing Ground, 1984
The book features tributes to deceased pioneer independents Bill Gunn (1929-1989) and Kathleen Collins-Prettyman (1942-1988), as well as screenplays for Bill Gunn's Ganja and Hess (1973), Collins's Losing Ground (1982), Julie Dash's Illusions (1983), Alile Sharon Larkin's A Different Image (1981), Charles Burnett's Killer of Sheep (1977), and Charles Lane's Sidewalk Stories (1989).
WASHINGTON, Jan 21 (KUNA) -- The United States needs to "double down" on its strategy against ISIL, which is losing ground in Iraq, Vice President Joe Biden said on Wednesday.
dollar traded in the lower 114 yen level early Monday in Tokyo after losing ground in New York on Friday on weak U.
The deal could benefit Jersey City as well, which has been losing ground as the metropolitan area's most significant office market outside of Manhattan to Brooklyn's downtown, where there are millions of s/f of office space slated for development.
Thermoformed PVC/ABS skins will keep losing ground to thermoformed TPO as well as slush-molded TPO, PVC, and TPU and spray-on urethane coatings, according to Robert Eller, president.
NCAA athletes, with the exception of white female players, are losing ground in the classroom.
If you don't protect what's intact and functioning, you'll be losing ground.
Suarez says that switch probably contributes to the decline of the lizard, which is also losing ground to development.
Losing Ground suggested cutting off welfare as a remedy to the anti-social incentives placed before the poor.