Ethics Term Paper

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I need someone to write 5 full pages and no more then 7 on any topics listed 1-7 on the document posted below.

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School: Rice University

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Running head: WHY NOT TAX THE RICH?


Why not tax the rich?
Student’s Name


Why not tax the rich?
Economic Distribution

The rich ought to be taxed in place if the poorest in the country and across the world.
Economic redistribution is a policy that requires wealth to be directed from the rich to the poor
through direct or indirect means. It is, therefore, a way of trying to level the economic status of
the poor and the rich. The richest people in the world own as much as half of what the low-class
people have. This is a sign of economic inequality among the people. It is the role of the
government to ensure that all people get resources to uplift their living standards. Taxing the
poor means makes them poorer with time. On the other hand, the rich have ample to give to the
government and have enough to invest. It could only be ethical to tax the rich more and the poor
less or even to leave them. The poorest people in the world should not be taxed. This is because
they have little left to them to pay tax and survive. They should be left to survive with what they
earn, invest and raise their standards of living.
Redistribution is sometimes seen as a controversial aspect. This is because it involves
taking away from the rich and giving to the poor. Many of the governments use the progressive
form of taxation to tap the income of the poor and direct it to the poor people res. Redistribution
looks like a way of punishing the rich and those who work harder to earn more. When one is
classified as one of the highest earners, he is also taxed the most (Vallgårda, Holm & Jensen
2015). On the other hand, most of what he or she is taxed is taken to o...

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