iss335 hw2 - Brandon McCormick ISS 335 2/5/08 The Cost of...

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Brandon McCormick ISS 335 2/5/08 The Cost of Money This last movie that we watched was kind of an old film. It made it a little bit difficult to watch because I’m used to seeing more contemporary, perhaps interesting, films. But the content of the film I did find extremely interesting. I’ve always been interested in money and its relationship to happiness. It seems common sense that it does not, yet some misguided people that I talk to somehow seem to think that it does. I would argue that possibly money does buy happiness, but the pursuit of money leads to misery and is never ending. Basically this movie said that money cannot win you happiness, but to the contrary, leads to stress and misery. “In 1996 more Americans declared bankruptcy than graduated from college.” Also, 96% of divorce cases are largely related to financial matters, all this according to the film. The Idea is that the gap between the rich and the poor is ever widening. In fact, it is the greatest of all industrialized nations. This results in many poor people being miserable
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course ISS 335 taught by Professor Zaki during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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