Re: Ignoring a Solution

I also remember something I read about welfare in the U.S. during the 
1930s: welfare recipients were, and I quote, "allowed" to have gardens. 
Gardens were perceived as being financially beneficial and not taxable in 
any way, to folks who needed aid. At the time I read it, I thought, well, 
the government should put in some form of encouragement to those on 
welfare who are able-bodied and have land available to them. Or maybe 
NGOs and NPOs and churches and concerned individuals who work among the 

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