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The majority of historical and scholarly evidence suggests that poverty: A. and crime tend to increase at the same time. B. may serve to perpetuate crime but is not a major cause of crime. C.
and crime are totally unrelated. D. and crime rates stand in an inverse relationship.
A. and crime tend to increase at the same time.
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