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SOC 112 Module Four Worksheet: Wealth Inequality in America Watch the video Wealth Inequality in America , (the captioned video is available at Wealth Inequality in America-captioned ). Then, answer the following questions in complete sentences (1–3 sentences per question). You will need to support your answers with one scholarly source. Your responses will be graded using the Module Four Worksheet Rubric. 1. Describe your initial reaction to the concepts in this video. My initial reaction is that my beliefs are the same as 92% of Americans believe how wealth is distributed. I also agree that wealth in this country should be distributed as shown for it to be equaled out. However the reality puts me in the lowest area of the middle class, I make a very good living, but I am considered lower middle class. This was mind blowing from an initial observation. 2. Did any of the information in the video surprise you? Why or why not?
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