Mitt Romney - Tim Hoskins Mitt Romney 1. To understand a...

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1. To understand a man one must look at his childhood, which is what Tocqueville did with America (looked at their beginning). One thing America has always been praised for is the equal chance every man has. Tocqueville said that America was like that when it was originally founded, but that economical and social classes were set and prevented equality. He faults property for the downfall of what was great in America. Once land was split up, there was nowhere to go but down because there is always someone higher on the chain People in Europe had different opportunities than Americans. Because everything was not equal and even from the start, it was difficult for most Europeans to make anything of themselves. The aristocracies in Europe do not allow changing social classes and economic stature. What a man was born was most likely what he would die. In America there was a chance to make a profit, and this is what made this country so revolved around money. 2.
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This essay was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Pablo during the Fall '08 term at UNC Asheville.

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