So to say which type of social inequality this is

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So, to say which type of social inequality this is would be on the lower working class by way of their socio-economic status. There are health issues that will also arise from working in these coal mines again like there was the first time around. I’m very confident to say, that these folks won’t be able to afford health insurance either. They might think they are being paid “well” or “decently” and overlook things they can’t afford beyond surviving. Give them just enough that they don’t complain and just little enough they can’t live without it; “it” being money and empty promises. That money won’t buy them a pair of lungs, only prolong the physically painful inevitable death they were so graciously given by their own President who just wants to “make America great again”.
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Citations : VOA. (2018). Trump's Environmental Policy Roll-back Alarms Activists . [online] Available at: - activists-alarmed-by-trump-s-reversal-of-obama-policies/4550432.html [Accessed 12 Nov. 2018]. ThoughtCo. (2018). How the Demand for Coal Impacted the Industrial Revolution . [online] Available at: - in-the-industrial-revolution-1221634 [Accessed 12 Nov. 2018].
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  • Coal, Coal mining, History of coal mining

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