***IMPORTANT*** Please be familiar with the book; $2.00 a day: Living on Almost Nothing in America; by Kathryn Edin and H. Luke Shaefer Have you read this book?… If you have and/or you are a fast reader; then this is the job for you!! _______ INSTRUCTIONS; This is a 4-page (double-spaced) **UNIVERSITY LEVEL** book review that is guided by the following questions: 1. What social problems are identified in the book? 2. What are the major social welfare policy issues related to the content of the book? 3. What social values and beliefs are critical? 4. What are the implications for future social welfare policy and social work practice? *Cite four (4) additional peer-reviewed references (besides this book) used to inform your answers to these questions. Use APA format (6th Edition) to reference these sources. **Please write this paper from a social worker point of view!!** Reference: Edin, K. J. & Shaeffer, H. L. (2015). $2.00 a day: Living on almost nothing in America. Boston, ————– Please make sure the topics below are all addressed within the 4-page essay; -Social problems raised in the book are identified -Major social welfare policy issues related to the content of the book are discussed -Social values and beliefs are well identified and analyzed well -Implications for future social welfare policy are well presented -Implications for future social work practice are well presented -Writing quality; appropriate citations ———— I am working my way through this book and by the time the due date is here next-week, I will be done. *(For example what I got out of the book so far for #1) -Poverty and why the system is built against the poor. -Welfare and why it is so hard to break a stereotype. -Why the “poor” stay “poor” -Why the racial pay gap exists.