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In the United States power is widely spread It ranges from the president all the way down to the average person Everyone has some power something they can manipulate or use to their own advantage So where do I fit in And how important am I in this complex US social structure Being raised as a middle class child I took some things for granted Always thinking I would have a roof over my head and food on my plate distorted my image of the rest of the world I never really took the time to realize how our complex society works Many factors have been said to affect our social standings such as race religion class and gender But I believe that its not these things that affect us at least not to their full extent In fact religion and gender dont play a major role in our society anymore We have evolved and learned that we can become more united if we all strive for the same goal success The key though to achieving this goal this high rank in the social structure is wealth Our society is based on how much money you have and how many people you control with that money But the average citizen still has some power We elect our senators and congressmen hoping that these influential people will make decisions that benefit us Personally I stand below this group of people that are allowed to vote only because I am not of legal age to vote But to be influential you dont just need the power to vote you also have to know the right people But its more complicated then that you also need a voice To be powerful people must listen to you and like what you have to offer they must be willing to go against others in the fight to protect what you have to say Anyone can be powerful its just a
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