Urban Diversity In Economic Power Of The Wealthy Upper Class

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Since the industrial revolution cities emerged as part of diversified economies, cities sprouted across the world they became the center of power and controlled massive resources, the scramble for these resources has created two classes, the diversity in economic power, political power and with two distinctive classes the poor and the rich, where the rich controls the poor and they try to shelve the poor from ascending to the upper class. Urban diversity in political and economic powers the upper class own the cities and they influence on the laws and regulations governing the modern cities. The wealthy upper class transforms neighborhoods by demanding a distinctive lifestyle, therefore, driving poor people away as developer invest more to

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