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American Middle Class

Middle Class Americans American middle class life was greatly influenced throughout 1870-1917. There were many profound changes, however the American industrialization and urbanization were the most rapid and unquestionably the most important. The industrialist brought forth household names that are still around today such as Swift, Armour, Westinghouse, Pillsbury, Pullman, Rocketfeller, Carnegie, and Duke. Due to the rapid movement of industrialization, so began a movement of urbanization...

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The Middle Class in America Is Radically Shrinking

The Middle Class in America Is Radically Shrinking. Here Are the Stats to Prove it Posted Jul 15, 2010 02:25pm EDT by Michael Snyder in Recession Related: ^DJI, ^GSPC, SPY, MCD, WMT, XRT, DIA • 1048
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 From The Business Insider Editor's note: Michael Snyder is editor of theeconomiccollapseblog.com The 22 statistics detailed here prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the middle class is being systematically wiped out of existence...

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The decline of the middle class

This is the American dream; this is the middle class. These are the people who make the things we use; they are the backbone of America. Over the next 60 years, the technology will change the world and the way it does business. These changes will affect America’s working class, changing how Americans live. The Decline of the middle class could be related to industrial changes in business, stagnant wages and high taxes in America’s working class. Who is the America’s middle class? According...

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Outsourcing the Middle Class

the Middle Class Outsourcing is an issue that America is struggling with right now. Outsourcing is a process in which a corporation will send its business overseas… to lets say India, or China. The reason they do this is only because the cost of production and labor is astronomically lower than what it is here in the U.S. White collar jobs are the most affected by this, with engineering, architecture, and accounting to name a few being hit the hardest (Raynor 1). To be more specific middle class...

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The American Revolution: a Middle Class Movement

The American Revolution: A Middle Class Movement Revolutions are generally defined by certain causes and results stemming from discontent in the governed people. Among these outcomes are change in the political, social and economic order of society. In the American Revolution, however, not all of these areas of the nation were altered in a way conducive with a true Revolution. The government was overthrown and a democracy was formed. Nevertheless, no large variance was apparent in the economic...

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The American Dream No Longer Exists

What is the American Dream? I’ve heard it as the “land of opportunity” but I am unsure of what America is really called today. The American dream is to have the freedom, the opportunities to be independent and financial success. In today’s society due to the reduction of opportunities given to Americans it is difficult to move up the economic ladder to attain a person’s dream. Of course, many will probably disagree with this assertion that the American dream is unattainable. On the other hand...

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A Reaction in American History

17 October 2012 Early American History Reaction Paper A Reaction in American History The History of America interests not only me, the world on a grand scale. America was a form giver to many of today’s governments looking at what we did in the past things that if you looked upon them today you would say that these are just normal things, but in the time period this happened this is nowhere near normal, it’s abnormal. Population growth, mannerisms, transportation, a split country ...

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Middle Class Morality

in the middle class disconnect themselves from anybody below them. Qualities and morals are basically not taken into consideration at all, but rather how polite, well dressed, or well spoken someone is around others. The audience is given an account of how lower class people, specifically Alfred Doolittle, transform themselves so the middle class will accept them. What he finds out along the way is that he must completely desert his old way of living and put on a front so the middle class people...

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Political Ad

problems regarding Romney's plan trying to convince the public that his plan will not benefit Americans. Governor Romney's plan is being targeted in this ad for his attempt to raise taxes for the middle class as well as well as his views on rolling back bank regulations. As mentioned in the advertisement, Governor Romney plans to reduce taxes on the multimillionaires in america which is the top 1% of all americans. The evidence presented in this advertisement is consistent with what Governor Romney...

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Predatory Lending and Inequality

For many years, the American dream has been deteriorating for several reasons. Paul Krugman, author of “Confronting Inequality,” blames the “inequality of our income distribution.” He explains how and why the differences between wages of the poor and wealthy are a major conflict in today's society. Constance M. Ruzich and A. J. Grant, authors of “Predatory Lending and the Devouring of the American Dream,” argue that the downfall of the American dream has occurred because of predatory lending acts...

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