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He believed being poor was a choice and he had made tough choices in life to get his fortune, why should he help those not wiling to make the same sacrifices he made.

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Scrooge's disdain for the poor can be attributed to his greed and selfishness, which lead him to prioritize wealth and material gain over empathy and compassion for others. His focus on financial success blinded him to the struggles and humanity of those less fortunate, causing him to view them with contempt and indifference.

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