This consists of people who live rural (country) and city areas. Citizens of rural areas are most likely to be negatively impacted by their location as they have less work and job opportunities. This results in a lower income, reducing the amount of health care options/services they can afford. Therefore, they will not receive the health care they need and can have a detrimental affect on their health. Also, people in rural and isolated areas struggle to travel to hospitals as they are too far away, leading them to relying on services such as the Royal Flying Doctors Service and medical advice over the phone/internet.
One may argue that healthcare is too expensive and that food stamps have been taken away from many people. It is also extremely difficult to get a well-paying job in order to pay for housing, healthcare, and food. The lack of healthcare, food stamps, and well-paying jobs can result in people turning towards crime because of issues such as mental health, physical health, and employment options. One reason that people turn to crime is because of the lack of healthcare. Even when healthcare is available to people, a large portion of them are not able to
Increased globalization for poorer places like the ones mentioned in the book means they get to be exploited, pushed further into poverty, used for cheap labor, and any valued natural resources, all leading to a dying economy. People in the Mexican border towns don’t even have the basic essentials like clean water. The homeless and the individuals who live in poverty in the United States would still be considered as living a life of luxury, due to the fact that there are more resources in the United States to aid the helpless. It would be hard for any American to read this book which gives a glimpse of the hardships these people have to endure on a daily basis and not think that there is an incredible imbalance in economic power and assets,
The middle and wealthy class got their land taken and distributed to the poor. He did help socially because he gave the poor a better living conditions and extended education for the poor he also gave women equal power as men 's. Mao Zedong did not make China a better society economically because he got landlords discriminated and made their economy lower, the middle and wealthy class got their land taken and distributed to the poor. In document #9, it stated that the Chinese economy was low and once Mao stop being China 's leader the economy was able to grow again. Chinese society did not get better under Mao’s rule because there was roadblock preventing the economy from growing and Mao was the problem not allowing it to thrive.
They may lose money and be poor, but they are able to get food and be able to find jobs somewhere else so they can earn money. The story really got to show the negative points for slaves and slaveholders. But it also shows the different effects for slaves and slaveholders if something bad was to happen to the land. The slaves suffered more than the slaveholders did mostly due to their skin. Slaveholders found ways to fix their problems.
Wealth and Inequality in America Inequality The inequality in America has increased over time; the gap between the rich and the poor has become a problem that many Americans don’t see. Inequality is the extent of income which is distributed unequally among the citizenry. The inequality of the United has a large gap between the poor and the rich making it unfair to the population, the rich are becoming wealthier and the poor remain poor. The article “Of the 1%, By the 1%, For the 1%”, authored by Joseph E. Stiglitz describes that there is a 1 percent amount of American’s who are consuming about a quarter of the United States income in a year. Therefore, America’s inequality will continue to grow.
There are above average and below average graphically have lined-up on the recent graphs. The marginal comparison has shown according to the existing level of financial reports. Economic inequality in the U.S. has been differentiated widely based on the income level of every state. If the state has been generated more income and accumulate financial stability, then, the financial distribution among the citizens of that state will be fair. For example, in New York, their income has been accumulated above the average per capita, because of increasing businesses and other private sectors that have generate shared-income.
The wealth gap has had drastic changes over the past 35 years. What’s more, specifically, the rich have gotten a lot richer. Almost everybody who talk about it says that economic inequality must be reduced. There a few causes to the wealth gap that are easily determined, examples are corporations that partake in the following actions: gender, unfair exchange, cheap labor elsewhere and other benefactors. Other causes include education and the differentiated amounts of taxes paid by Americans in different economic levels.
Most people did not have much money to buy food and necessities, and many lived in rural areas, mostly immigrants. Industrialization upgraded machines, but downgraded people’s health due to more pollutants getting put into the air. Along with this there were very poor working conditions that decreased people’s health. Upton Sinclair showed that industries should have safer and more sanitary working conditions before employing people to work and distributing their product, in order to decrease the amount of injuries and illnesses, in The Jungle. Sinclair wrote about how most of the machines in the factories were very dangerous.
The guilds could not keep up during this time, as prices could not be regulated due to supply and demand. In the putting out system however, supply and demand lowered prices on the free market, and thus was favored over guilds. In the putting out system, unfinished materials such as raw wool were moved into the countryside, and rural households would finish products. Entrepreneurs would then sell these finished products. One implication of the putting out system would be rural individuals being financially connected to urban cities, no matter the distance.