The Louvre: A National Museum

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a Royal Palaceby Geneviève Bresc-BautierChief curator of National Heritage, Geneviève Bresc-Bautier has been responsible for the sixteenth- and seventeenth-century French sculpture collections of the Louvre Museum since 1976

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Kristen LopezDecember 8, 2011SYG 2000Sociology Take Home Test1. Global Inequality is basically the systematic differences in wealth and power between countries. These differences may also occur within a country. For example the wealthiest countries today still have a massive and growing amount of poor people, while less wealthy nations are producing many of the worlds superrich. 2. The daily life of individuals in a rich country may differ from that of a one in a poor country due to the health, hunger, malnutrition, and famine. People in richer countries are far healthier than those

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