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Savage Inequalities: Children in U.S. Schools 1 Rich Planet, Poor Planet: Global Environment and Poverty in 2001 Selita Jenkins Sociology 210-43
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Savage Inequalities: Children in U.S. Schools 2 Rich Planet, Poor Planet: Global Environment and Poverty in 2001 This article starts off talk about the capital Salvador in the state of Bahia in Brazil. It has around three million people and the downtown area is full of large buildings, construction crews, and the highway is full of sport cars. Its natural resources is rich as well from the wealth provided by gold and sugarcanes made Salvador a obvious location for colonial Brazil’s leading port and capital for two centuries(). This country was one of the last in its region to ban slavery until the end of the nineteenth century. Now Salvador has a booming economy with its prospering manufacturing sector and with many leading multinationals, including with many leading automobile companies. The information economy is in a particularly competitive frenzy.
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