Chapter 12 Commentary

Chapter 12 Commentary - worth the happiness that we could...

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Chapter 12 Commentary Chapter twelve talked about the levels of government. The first detail that I noticed in this chapter was the table about the large cities and small nations. One city in the United States has 25 times more the population of an entire country. After doing some research I found that country is one of the most beautiful and one of the happiest countries to live in, while the US is slowly moving down that chart. While it says in Lawson, that population growth has also contributed to the growth of worldwide communication and transportation systems and also the greater powers of central governments and federal systems. But on the flip side it also produces plenty of problems. This chapter Is about levels and powers of the governments, but are all the problems regarding the powers within a government really
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Unformatted text preview: worth the happiness that we could possibly have? It is obvious why a country that has to worry about survival is happier than the US; they all live equal and dont care about who get what powers and who doesnt. And also its not like the US that they have such a big gap between rich and poor. Later on in the chapter it has a chart showing the income of the richest fifth and the poorest fifth and this source was back from 1994, who know how big the gap is today. The main point Im saying is that we should care less about all this stuff of levels and government power and focus more on a couple of popular phrases that we always hear, one nation under god, and united we stand, divided we fall and maybe one day America will be one of the most happy countries....
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2011 for the course BUS 105 taught by Professor Harris during the Spring '10 term at Appalachian State.

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