china essay 2

china essay 2 - Jenna Horwich 09/28/10 Essay 2: The...

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Jenna Horwich 09/28/10 Essay 2: The relationship between social classes and the CCP In America the amount of socio-economic groups varies greatly. You can go from the wealthy celebrities living in Beverly Hills, to the homeless living on the streets of New York City. There is also a large group for the middle class, upper middle, and lower middle classes. Even with this balanced variety problems still arise between the government and our citizens. China’s balance of social classes is extremely unbalanced, which is causing even more problems to arise. “There is the Wealthy and the Poor”-City of Dreams Documentary. The wealthy in Shanghais has been doing very well. They’re relationship between the Chinese Communist Party is good. Because most of the upper class in china does not live on the farmlands, the plans that the government has does not cause a direct affect to them. This is where this issues come into play.
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course HIST 202 taught by Professor Hitchens during the Fall '08 term at Iowa State.

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