Monthly Archives: May 2016

The American 1%: Social Class Divide on Crack

Who Rules the United States? The United States of America is supposed to be, by design, a representative democracy, but who really runs the United States? Two perspectives that hypothesize on who runs the United States is the functionalist and conflict perspectives.   Crucial to this question, is a sound understanding of the fundamental reasoning that make up both perspectives;

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The Rise of an Empire: Cinco De Money 2

When we speak of legends, from the Hip Hop perspective, we must all agree that each city has its own acclaimed Hall of Fame. Well, because I’m from Chicago, allow me to expose you to one phenomenal emcee from our global city here in the Midwest region of the United States. This is going to be a bit unorthodox for

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The Trump Effect and Its Global Implications

  This report is about the “Trump Effect” what its done so far and what it will do in the future. It will examine the effects of Trumps candidacy on students, teachers, minority groups as well as its socioeconomic consequences on a national and international scale. National Effects Whether you know it or not the “Trump Effect” has unfortunately taken

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