Gwendolyn Dordick’s book Something Left to Lose follows people who are homeless, and who live in four different settings- the Bus Terminal, a shantytown, a large municipal shelter, and a smaller privately run shelter. Dordick develops strong opinions about the settings and how they affect the self-respect of the homeless people there. Provide in summary form, which settings she sees having the most freedom, which the least, and whether you agree or not with her criteria. Please be sure if you disagree to be clear on what elements you are using to evaluate the different settings.
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