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Tarimo TESP 43 May 9, 2008 Economic Injustice Since the beginning of time man has struggled to endure . This has not changed, in that, all over the world people struggle to make enough money for their families to survive . Economic injustice is still a very large problem; one of the largest hindrances is the distinction between the various socio-economic classes . This is especially seen in India, this country has very distinctive classes . Natives are born into a specific caste, which remains with them for the rest of their life . They are subject to an unalterable lifestyle no one deserves to live . There are numerous causes for this economic injustice such as: unemployment, corrupt capital, high populations, and the general changing nature of work . India suffers due to its high population, while economic injustice occurs in the U .S due to high unemployment levels. Unfortunately individuals are forced to pay the harsh price for a less than satisfactory economic system . There has,
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This note was uploaded on 05/23/2008 for the course PHIL 8 taught by Professor Labarge during the Spring '08 term at Santa Clara.

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Mine 5.9 copy - Tarimo TESP 43 May 9, 2008 Economic...

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