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How should the US handle widening economic inequality, Raising taxes on the wealthy?

1. Define the term ?income inequality.? 2. Explore the nature of government, how it runs, and the morality behind laws and government action. 3. In your research, include information about the powers of Congress, legislation pertinent to our current condition, and actions taken that have brought us to the ?Great Recession.? 4. Address the idea of the ?social contract? and of ?paying forward.? Requirements ? 5 full pages in standard MLA format ? Works Cited page ? 1 print source ? 1 source from a scholarly database ? 1 credible web-based source ? Use of communist manifesto ? 2 substantive quotes from each of your sources American English! Not to technical , keep simple.
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