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Harmony in the United States In order to survive in the world the United States must tear down the current racial and social classes For the entirety of its existence the United States has discriminated against minorities and the social classes have grown apart slowly Minorities should fight for their rights to live their life in peace and excel at whatever they do Since the beginning of America the various social classes have tried to live in harmony The differences between the groups often took over and they ended up fighting In the early 1800s a military draft was started for the civil war Wealthy people could buy out of the draft for 300 Becker It was the poor Americans and immigrants that were the people fighting the war As a result a massive riot occurred in downtown New York City Hundreds of poor people and immigrants took to the streets killing wealthy people and taking their possessions Eventually the National Guard had to step in and the troops marched on American citizens This is the first time in history that this happened The wealthy people of America often lived far away or separate from the poor people and immigrants Out of sight is truly out of mind that is until the poor come knocking at your door In our capitalistic society people are free to conduct their business and earn as much money as possible The wealthy class is predominantly the ones to govern the rest of us and serve in the ownership and regulatory positions The middle class are considered the average American He or she has 32 children is married and has a house and car The lower class is predominantly the servants of society They work at the graveyard shift doing what nobody really wants to do They work very hard and get very low pay but somebody has to do it The problems in our current class system are extensive
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