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Gap Between Rich And Poor Introductory Sociology Sociology of the Family
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Child Development Gap Between Rich And Poor High Self Esteem Life Span Development School Age Children
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Coal And Steel Cold War East And West Germany First Five Year Plan Gap Between Rich And Poor Soviet Union And Its Satellite World History
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16th And 17th Centuries AP World History Gap Between Rich And Poor History of the Americas Modern World History World Civilizations World History
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AP United States History Gap Between Rich And Poor
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AP United States History Gap Between Rich And Poor Sherman Anti Trust Act United States History-Other World History
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AP United States History AP World History Gap Between Rich And Poor North And South Carolina
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AP United States History Gap Between Rich And Poor Late 1800s And Early 1900s Pendleton Civil Service Act
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19th And Early 20th Century AP United States History Gap Between Rich And Poor United States History-Other World History
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AP United States History AP World History Gap Between Rich And Poor Homestead Strike Of 1892
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AP United States History Gap Between Rich And Poor Imperialism
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Comparing school performance, researchers have found that the main cause of the achievement gap between rich and poor children is
differences in home environments
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destroy manufacturing jobs in developed nations move facilities to less regulated countries shift economic power to organizations such as the EU Gap between rich and poor has increased
Arguments against globalization (4)
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What are the cons of a mixed market economy for most citizens? CHECK ALL THAT APPLY. There may be a sizable gap between rich and poor people. It can be very difficult for citizens to start private businesses. Citizens must pay for most basic necessities by themselves. There is no guarantee of steady employment for many citizens. Citizens may pay higher taxes than in other economic systems. Citizens often purchase their own health care and higher education.
There may be a sizable gap between rich and poor people, citizens must pay for most basic necessities by themselves, there is no guarantee of steady employment for many citizens, citizens often purchase their own health care and higher education
Gap between rich and poor increases.
Political instability grew (peasant revolts and Han Dynasty began.)
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The gap between rich and poor widened in the 1980s and 1990s for all of the following reasons except a. intensifying global economic competition. b. the decline of unions. c. tax policies of the Carter and Clinton administrations. d. the growth of part-time and temporary work. e. the greater economic rewards for education.
c. tax policies of the Carter and Clinton administrations.
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As it prospered, the Roman empire a. saw trade and manufacturing become more important than agriculture b, eliminated the practice of slavery c. saw the development of a large gap between rich and poor d. saw the supply of gold and silver coins decrease in the eastern part of the empire, as the metals flowed into italy and the west e. required the people in the entire empire to speak latin
c. saw the development of a large gap between rich and poor
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Why did the gap between rich and poor in Latin America grow after independence?
The gap between rich and poor grew after independence because more and more people were working for large landowners. The workers were paid very little, and the prices of their basic living needs were very expensive. This caused poverty and debt throughout the lower class. The landowners however, took the Church land and the native lands and sold them only becoming wealthier and sold the lands to other wealthy and prominent landowners. These lands though were not distributed equally and caused turmoil and instability. Rich go wealthy through land purchases; increased debt for poor.
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c. the widening of the economic gap between rich and poor
What did the growth of big business in the late 1800s result in? a. a reduction in child labor b. the elimination of the middle class c. the widening of the economic gap between rich and poor d. a shift in transportation investment from railroads to canals
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Which of the following arguments did Andrew Carnegie make in his famous 1889 essay “Wealth” (later called “The Gospel of Wealth”)? a. Industrialization only led to a decrease in the standard of living, especially for the working classes. b. Though industrialization increased the gap between rich and poor, everyone’s standard of living rose. c. Industrialization would bring economic decline in the United States as it did in England, a mature industrial power. d. Industrialization had allowed the poor to raise themselves to nearly same level as the wealthy.
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