This type of concept requires a lot of research to create something close to a full picture. Individuals, groups of people, special interest groups and local, state and federal agencies in the US can and have made bad choices.
The Church has always reminded us about the poor and to do what we can to help them.
The Church has always commented on manufactured social changes and given a detailed analysis to the faithful and all men of good will.
Doing whatever one wants without thinking through the consequences is irresponsible, but it is not always the fault of the uninformed person who sincerely believes he can do whatever and escape potential consequences.
I have talked to the homeless on the street and there are a number of reasons why they are there. Some do not say why but others do. “I lost my job and had nowhere to go.” “I can’t find work.” which can include not having the necessary skills. They don’t want to be out there holding cardboard signs and sleeping wherever they can.
Homeless shelters are there but they are few. They can offer food, drink and a place to sleep, but they fill up during cold weather and some places open “warming centers.”
Those who control a country’s money supply and the world’s money supply, are the ones in charge. There are few kings or queens but the world is mapped, dissected and analyzed. Various groups are created to plan for the future. Those with great wealth will do whatever they can to keep it. However, some choose to share it with the less fortunate.
The world, aside from some new gadgets, is still a feudal structure. The king and his court, the nobles and landowners make up about 8 to 10% of the US but own 80% of the wealth. The peasants split what remains among themselves.
Justice for all means not only a respect for the law but the recognition that we have a civic and spiritual duty to help our neighbors and families.