The Impact of Social Structure


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The Impact of Social Structure
While America was founded on the notion that all men are created equal, in practice this was not true in the Eighteenth Century and it is not true in America today. We are seeing the gulf between the
and Have-
widen in every generation. The homeless who once were seen as Depression-era rail-riding hoboes are now middle-class families who bought homes with mortgages they could not afford or whose bread-earners had jobs that ended up outsourced abroad. Britain may have its aristocracy with castles and liveried servants. America has moguls with the same homes and retinue, some, like William, Randolph Hearst’s San Simeon castle, assembled piece by piece and shipped to the U.S. Agree or not, like it...
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