Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America

What advantages does Ehrenreich start out with that members of the working poor might lack?

Beginning of book

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When Ehrenreich began her endeavor, she determined that she would always have a car, would rule out homelessness as an option, and would never go hungry. The safety net—ATM card, bank account, actual home—would always loom large.