How things are now is a problem as for the reason is that the richest of the rich that are equivalent to one percent of the population have more than 60 percent of the nation 's wealth, the nation I 'm talking about is America, other countries have it more stable than us. One of the many few co...
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.To improve our nation 's society is to make a limit of what people can make as well as increasing the tax on the rich as well as using all the vacant homes that aren’t being used and make it a shelter for the poor and homeless. The government should make more jobs for the poor so that they can have some money and make the unemployment plan more flexible as well. Many should aim to be rich in the future, so in the end they’ll have money and hopefully not to be waste full on it and not spend millions on useless art that it takes only one person to make while they can use all that money to help society buy donating or building a store that will offer jobs and help many instead of one person. Being rich means being selfish, greed, and having a successful future. If the economy in America does not get fix soon, everything will fall in rune.
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