Thoughts on control of needs
Control of needs sort of goes hand-in-hand with security of needs. If a person is housed, but cannot make any change to the space they exist in, that can still be poverty. Say a person is relegated to a ghetto but can make rent on it, that's poverty. If a person can eat, but they have no meaningful choice, that's still poverty. Say all they can afford is pack after pack of ramen noodles, that's still poverty. This one is definitely less clear cut.
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