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Power structure within the United States has always been dominated by the rich population of our social class Though the structure of American society has evolved the social equality has not pertaining to certain cities In the past Camden NJ and Detroit MI were once rich American cities that had much attention from corporations Both produced a lot of money for our nation from famous markets like Camdens Campbells soup and Detroits Auto industry but once the market shift corporations and industries escaped the two cities to find new ways to make money After that so did the attention and aid As a result poverty is currently in Camden and Detroit and as of now the two cities represent two of the poorest and dangerous cities in the United States The civil rights movement was a legal victory not an economic one considering that Camden NJ and Detroit MI are black dominated citiesIn Days of Destruction Days of Revolt written by Chris Hedges and Joe Sacco the two clearly and concisely talk about specific cities in America and how they produce or produced a lot of money for our nation but now the cities discussed are either in poverty andor corporations are taking advantage of the money making loop holes a capitalist system has in its government In chapter two of the Hedges book Days of Siege Camden NJ is the main topic and it explains in details how Camden is a victim of poverty after it produced an incredible amount of money for corporations Camden was once as full of industrial promise as the nation itself It began as a modest riverfront town in 1828 in the shadow of Philadelphia The arrival of the railroad to Perth Amboy made Camden because of its strategic location Camden swiftly became a manufacturing giant New York Shipbuilding Corporation which opened its first yard in Camden in 1990 was one of the largest shipbuilding companies in the Unite
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