jobs, it supplied monetary gain. During 1800-1823, coal outshined wood; easier to collect, cheaper to buy, and thus began its surge for demand. (ThoughtCo. 2018) The technology we have today to extract coalagain is unreal, we’d run out before we even caught up with demand because those miners are starving for work. What happens when supply doesn’t meet demand? Things go bad and they go bad real fast. A hypothetical scenario for example, Miners no longer have coal to mine,consumeristic beings that we are want more, miners out of work, consumers out of coal; sounds like an economic meltdown to me. Not to mention more catastrophic weather than what we are dealing with now.I feel like his entire campaign was riding on the backs of the working-class Americans for those that don’t relate to blue collar life-style or even that of white-collar privileges; they’ve only ever worked for these two classes. Therefore, our lower-class, under-privileged, citizens are of the notion that Trump is caring and makingthings better for them; when in fact, he’s been manipulating their ignorance the entire time!
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