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Inequality is prevalent in every nook and cranny of the United States we all notice the stratification of classes but we dont recognize it You may or may not be born in a family where all the resources you need to getting ahead is at your beckon call for those who are given this opportunity there is wealth and for those who do not have these resources come inequality Stratification is the inequality of where and what family you are born into depending on the rank of class they are in If you are born into a lower class then chances are you do not have all of the resources that someone born into the upper class has Those born into wealthier classes are prevalent to go to college get a bachelors degree and become more or less as wealthy as their families that they were born into are On the other side of the spectrum those who are born into a lower class are expected to stay at that level of class ranking and are least likely to go to college and get a bachelors degree Socially and economically in which family you are born into sets the standard and the expected outcome of your life and its goals in which you meet themWhen you were little you probably heard your mom or dad tell you when you grow up the sky is the limit and you can have any career you would want and you probably believed them The idea that every person has the same opportunities as the next person despite their social standing or economic wealth in order to get where they want to be in life is known to be equality of opportunity According to this it does not matter where you start off you could be white or black rich or poor and in theory this means you have the same chances of becoming either the next president or
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