Unformatted text preview: unwilling to compromise any of their advantages in this pursuit. Because of this we are never able to have a society with full equality. In the Robert Reich reading about the succession of the top 20%, he made the point that today “we” and ”they” are part of two very different communities and that the work of the upper class is becoming more and more disconnected from the activities of other groups. He noted that most voluntary contributions from the upper class go to places that once again benefit themselves such as theatres and hospitals. While after reading this piece I am able to see what he is saying, I think that he fails to give any credit to those working to help and provide services to the lower classes and to the non-profit sector, which has grown substantially over time....
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- Fall '11
- Sociology, English-language films, Thought, Victim, Peggy McIntosh reading