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Corporations feel that competition creates pressure

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which could be positive or negative. Corporations feel that competition creates pressure of profit, which gives motive to make the corporation more effective. However, private entities are very selective and only serve a select group of people, the majority being the upper class. Public entities do not discriminate, and are available to the lower classes. I find it interesting to compare how certain classes would respond to privatization given my personal experiences. I believe myself to be middle class and in high school I attended a private school, but I know many people that would be considered upper class that attended a public school. It is interesting to see where society puts their values. I do not think I am any “smarter” than the next person just because I went to a private school, I just find it interesting to observe the different choices made by members of society. Just because you are in the upper class does not automatically mean one would only utilize private sectors. 3. In the “Working Class Politics” section Zweig suggests that working class involvement in government is essential. He states that the main reason the working class shies away from the government is because they have trust issues. The issues may stem from their perception of the government due to certain interactions with government officials and also the fact that people desire immediate results, which the government does not always give. Zweig discusses
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