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Economic Inequality in the United States By Roberto Miguel Rodriguez
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In this paper, I will analyze economic inequality in the United States using three different ideologies: a) Marxist Theory (the most radical of the critical theories); b) Realist Theory;... More > and c) Liberal Theory (in its modern version) I will describe the key concepts and the basic logic of each theory. Then, I will discuss how each of these theories explains the issue of economic inequality in the United States and what each of these theories has to offer as guidance for dealing with the issue. I will briefly analyze the effects of globalization on economic inequality in the United States, and touch briefly on its international implications. Lastly, I will evaluate the utility each of these theories for explaining and addressing the issue.< Less
Rich and Poor: Equality and Inequality By Leonardo Polo
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In “Rich and Poor: Equality and Inequality”, Leonardo Polo examines the widespread belief that the solution to the problems that arise from poverty and wealth are best solved by equality.... More > In this type of solution, equality is often linked with justice insofar as it is generally assumed that a situation in which some are rich and others are poor is an unjust situation. In contrast to this, Polo uses the word “inequality” not so much in the sense that some people have more wealth than others, but rather as “the division of labor or functions that is justified by their complementarity.” These functional inequalities are not necessarily unjust; rather, they form the basis of the family, civil society, and economic systems. Justice thus consists not so much in equality, but rather in a situation in which the dynamic functional inequalities within society are to the advantage of all.< Less
The Sociology Dialogues - Volume 1: Socialisation, Culture and Identity; Families and Households; Social Inequality, Wealth, Poverty and Welfare ( 5800036792000 ) By Karen Lancaster
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This book is truly unique in the way that it discusses complex ideas and theories in a simple, accessible, conversational style, which students of all ages will find entertaining and engaging. Ideal... More > for GCSE and AS-Level students, it correlates with the new AQA and OCR specifications. This volume covers the following topics: Families and Households; Socialisation, Culture and Identity; Social Inequality, Wealth, Poverty and Welfare. You are guaranteed a genuinely student-friendly experience!< Less
ECO 202 UNIT 7 ASSIGNMENT INEQUALITY LATEST-POST By jon kelly
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ECO 202 Unit 7 Assignment Inequality Latest-POST ECO202 ECO 202 Unit 7 Assignment Inequality Latest-POST ECO 202 – Microeconomics Unit 7 Assignment: Inequality Due: Sunday by 11:59 pm at the... More > end of Unit 7. Is inequality in the U.S. rising or falling? As we have seen, our economic well-being depends on many factors: income, wealth, pre-or post-tax earnings, family size and whether or not earnings postponed to the future.< Less
Making the System Work for You By Dr. Lori Latrice Sykes
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Alexander Norton’s life story serves as an excellent case study about how some blacks have and can overcome barriers in their pursuit of the American Dream. Norton, with just a fifth grade... More > education, went from washing dishes to operating a million dollar construction business on Long Island, NY, and finding success in the stock market. During his lifetime, he boxed professionally, he even trained with Floyd Paterson. One of the best things that ever happed to Norton was his discharge from the armed forces and one of the worst things to ever happen to him was the sudden death of his beloved first wife. Making the System Work for You will motivate, encourage, and inspire readers while also informing them about historic and contemporary matters related to the racial wealth gap in America.< Less
Making the System Work for You By Dr. Lori Latrice Sykes
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Alexander Norton’s life story serves as an excellent case study about how some blacks have and can overcome barriers in their pursuit of the American Dream. Norton, with just a fifth grade... More > education, went from washing dishes to operating a million dollar construction business on Long Island, NY, and finding success in the stock market. During his lifetime, he boxed professionally, he even trained with Floyd Paterson. One of the best things that ever happed to Norton was his discharge from the armed forces and one of the worst things to ever happen to him was the sudden death of his beloved first wife. Making the System Work for You will motivate, encourage, and inspire readers while also informing them about historic and contemporary matters related to the racial wealth gap in America.< Less
Migration Letters | Vol 11 No 2 | May 2014 By Migration Letters
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This special issue is guest-edited by Anna Amelina from Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main and Andreas Vasilache from Bielefeld University. The purpose of this special issue is to propose a new... More > perspective on inequality and migration in Europe. It consists of six contributions, all of which are concerned with the question of how new patterns of migration and mobility that have emerged since the EU enlargement are interlinked with the transformation of social inequalities. To this aim, social inequalities are defined as hierarchies in wealth, power and knowledge which result in unequally distributed life chances and living conditions.< Less
The Economics of Revolution By David DeGraw
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An extensive analysis of economic conditions and government policy reveals that the need for significant systemic change is now a mathematical fact. Corruption, greed and economic inequality have... More > reached a peak tipping point. Due to the consolidation of wealth, the majority of the population cannot generate enough income to keep up with the cost of living. In the present economy, under current government policy, 70% of the population is now sentenced to an impoverished existence. Let’s take an in-depth look at the evidence.< Less
The Woodford Tax By Scott Solomon
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A description of the accidentally discovered Woodford Tax, a never-before-seen tax design (named after the most genius economist whoever lived Michael Woodford) that would lead quickly to achieving... More > an $18TR/yr global wealth tax. The Woodford Tax would collect TRILLIONS of dollars for curtailing carbon emissions globally, erase poverty from the Earth within 5 years, eliminate unemployment, underemployment, low wages, business cycles, and banking crises. The Woodford Tax describes (by multiple, multiple orders of magnitude) the most profitable event in the entire history of banking (which completely counter-intuitively solves the 100,000 year old open problem -- poverty and life-shortening (ending) material want).< Less
The Fish and the Net By Arjan Bartlema
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Sustainable Capitalism© is explained in a powerful story of a young boy who makes a discovery that changes the future of his island community. It explains why capitalism doesn't always work -... More > the widening gap between rich and poor - the over use of resources (global warming). Something that we find in our modern world, today.< Less

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