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Most Americans are aware of the inequality that exists when it comes to wealth
inequality. They think that wealth distribution should be more equitable. What they do not know
is that wealth in America is more unfair than they think. The actual wealth distribution in
America is shockingly skewed. 40% of the entire wealth of America is owned by 1 percent of the
population. Socialism believes in equal wealth distribution, which may not work in America
1. Are you at all concerned over the current distribution of wealth in the United States?
The current distribution of wealth in America is annoying.
2. Do you think it desirable, or undesirable?
Wealth distribution in America id undesirable considering that only one person holds 40% of the
nation’s wealth (politizane) while 50% of the world’s wealth is controlled by only 1% of the
population. Again, 85 individuals have more wealth than 3.5 billion people in the world (Shin).
The most undesirable thing about this is that the wealthiest have acquired their wealth through
alarming means, for instance, corruption occurring as a result of government agencies meant to
act in the citizens’ best interest advances the political or commercial concerns of a particular
group, which dominates the sector the agency is supposed to regulate (Wikipedia). The most
alarming thing is that wealth is gained at the expense of the poor.
3. What would you do, if anything, to change it?
To address the issue of wealth inequality, I would encourage that all citizens be awarded equal
opportunity to access education, employment, and a business environment that is fair for all
participants among other things. I would also encourage the wealthiest to be investigated to
uncover if any illegal and unethical means have been used in efforts ...
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