actions and decisions; if someone succeeds it is because they have worked hard and are an upstanding person. More importantly, basic needs are only met by work that is deemed valuable. Alternative ways to thrive include owning the means of production, or simply inheriting property or wealth. Conversely, anyone without housing, a job, childcare, a car, healthcare, and many other necessities is blamed for this failing. Such a perspective conveniently leaves out all factors outside of the individual that may have led to houselessness, poverty, illiteracy, hunger, and so on.