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Mi’Cayla Turner Pre-Ap October 15, 2015 Government project a reflection on plutocracy Plutocracy is when the government is ruled by the wealthy.(wealthy people would control prices on everything) I believe my form of government would not be as useful as the wealthy believe it is, because after everything goes up, so only the rich will be able to afford things. Since the poor make up a good percentage in America our economy would slowly get corrupted. I wouldn’t use plutocracy in a utopian society because, a utopian society is supposed to be a perfect world. But there would be no equality, because before the wealthy would go broke they would have good clothes, nice food to eat, and houses!
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Unformatted text preview: The poor wouldn’t have accessibility to any of those things! Some strengths (official's point of of view) would be that they would have more control over the citizens. You wouldn’t have any rights. Another would be that they would get way more rich than before! To them only the wealthy should be able to have expensive taste. Displeasing things about plutocracy (in a citizen's point of view) would be that there would be a lot of rebellion. This is our country! Honestly who would want to listen to lazy officials who take the money we have worked all of our lives to make. Thus concludes why I think plutocracy is the worst form of government created....
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