The speech

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Please take the time to view the link "The Speech" located under module 2. What are 3 facts that support the main idea? Share 3 responses (your reaction) to the information presented in the video. Given the date of the video, indicate whether you feel the topic still has importance in 2018. Provide a recent supporting article or video (2017-2018).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7q5F2u1I_Q

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peachblack
School: UC Berkeley

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Running head: SPEECH BY SENATOR BERNIE SANDERS

Speech by Senator Bernie Sanders
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SPEECH BY SENATOR BERNIE SANDERS
Speech by Senator Bernie Sanders
The main idea in the speech of Senator Bernie Sanders is that only a few of the American
citizens own the wealth of the country. That is to say that there is a huge gap between the rich
and the poor and the gap is widening day by day. The middle class in the society is collapsing
hence having a small percentage of the citizens being extremely wealthy and the rest being poor
(SICM100, 2010). People are working for more hours in their jobs, yet they do not get the value
of their work due to the low wage...

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