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4. Wall Street Walmart Article Example of activism on behalf of the IHYC Smart of Walmart to not show up Very impractical In such a heated environment its impossible to defend yourself “game is cooked from the beginning” those in charge of a meeting like this wont give you any time to speak Palace Envy Brinkley describes a house as a “Palace” Castle = nobility = robber barons “monstrous houses” ILYC would finish the “these monstrous houses do us a service because…” By saying it gives individuals motivation to be more ambitious That this house is a beacon of what is possible in capitalism Gives the average American the sense that the system is still alive But Brinkley says it does the population a service because “it makes it easier to resent them” He says that at one time it would have been fine to admire Gates But then, Gates & others made a “classic hubristic mistake”
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Ex: pre-1990, Microsoft is good Why wouldn’t IHYC like Microsoft since they’re against competition?
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