GVPT Discussion 10:14

GVPT Discussion 10:14 - humans and have the morals/thought...

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GVPT Discussion 10/14 Why are people poor in this country? o Bad choices o Individual responsibility o Capitalism creates socioeconomic divides and disproportionate distribution of wealth Competition caused by capitalism you want your neighbor to fail, and you want yourself to succeed Even though we have animalistic nature for cutthroat drive, we are
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Unformatted text preview: humans and have the morals/thought process to decide that everyone can succeed together • Do people/groups/establishments give up power voluntarily? o Usually no • People aren’t necessarily poor because they’re lazy, but because the system is rigged against them...
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  • Fall '10
  • JamesGlass
  • Distribution of wealth, Individual responsibility, bad choices, socioeconomic divides, GVPT Discussion, cutthroat drive

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